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Video: PM Modi asks 'How's the Josh' at Bollywood event, Uri stars Vicky Kaushal, Yami Gautam reply 'High Sir'

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'How's the Josh?” asked PM Modi at the gathering at the event.

India TV Entertainment Desk India TV Entertainment Desk
New Delhi Updated on: January 21, 2019 12:49 IST
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Video: PM Modi asks 'How's the Josh' at Bollywood event, Uri stars Vicky Kaushal, Yami Gautam reply 'High Sir'

While the Vicky Kaushal and Yami Gautam starrer Uri is winning hearts all over, the film’s dialogue ‘How’s the Josh’ has been creating buzz all around. Even Prime Minister quoted the viral dialogue at the National Museum of Indian Cinema (NMIC) inauguration on Saturday at a 19th century heritage bungalow in the country's film capital, Mumbai. 

“Today when all of you have come together to take Indians' entertainment industry to new heights, I have a question for all of you. Every generation of stars are present here, and when I am here with the film fraternity, let me put it this way, 'How's the Josh?” asked PM Modi at the gathering at the event. His question was met with a round of applause and amidst which, the crowd shouted out ‘High Sir’.

Vicky Kaushal, who starred in the film Uri, shared the video as well and wrote, "What an honour!"

Singer Asha Bhonsle shared several photos from the event.

Yami Gautam retweeted the video of PM Modi asking, "How's the josh?"

Meanwhile, actor Aamir Khan said to ANI: “It was really wonderful to hear honourable Prime Minister; he spoke in such a positive way about the industry. His expectation, his vision, and his thoughts about the creative field and people involved in this were good. It’s really encouraging to hear that.”

Director and producer Karan Johar said that the Prime Minister suggested the fraternity to organise a “Global Film Summit” on the lines of “World Economic Summit” at Davos. He said: “His speech was exceptionally inspiring. It was full of hope for Indian film fraternity. The fact is that he addressed the impact of Indian cinema and how it travels. He even said that we should create a platform like Davos in India itself that is a one-stop shop for business, entertainment and everything. He was laced with a great sense of humour.”

Read our Uri: The Surgical Strike Movie Review here.

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