The UK-based director is in the country to cast actors for her upcoming film
British film director of Sikh origin Gurinder Chadha, who is in India to recce locations for her movie on partition, met Prime Minister Narendra Modi Thursday.
The director took to micro-blogging site Twitter to share a photograph of her meeting with Modi, who is seen in a grey pant and a dark blazer. Where as Chadha is seen posing with the Prime Minister in a yellow suit teamed up with a long blue jacket.
"Move over @BarackObama @MichelleObama @GurinderC got an Indian film to make on the partition of India! #tolerance," she tweeted along with the photograph.
Chadha also thanked Modi for taking time out for the meeting and apologised for her weak Hindi. "@narendramodi thank you sir was a great meeting @PMOIndia apologies formy tutti futti Hindi!," she further posted.
Chadha is also busy with Bend It Like Beckham The Musical and Desi Rascals, a British Asian reality drama.
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