Barack Obama wins hearts; quotes DDLJ's dialogue at Siri Fort auditorium

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New Delhi, Jan 27: US President Barack Obama seems to have been smitten by Hindi, the Indian culture and of course Bollywood during his second trip to India.

While Obama won hearts in 2010 when he and First Lady Michelle Obama danced to some Bollywood tunes, this time Obama went a step ahead and quoted a very famous dialogue from a Bollywood film during his speech at the Siri Fort auditorium on Tueday.

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When Obama quoted SRK's dialogue

During his address, Obama said: "Senorita, bade bade deshon mai... You know what I mean," he said with a smile quoting a dialogue from Sharukh Khan's famous film Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge, much to the surprise of the crowd.

He even said that every Indian should celebrate the success of Sharukh Khan, Milkha Singh and Mary Kom.

Menawhile, Obama also connected with the Indian audience on several occassions during his trip when he spoke in Hindi. On the first day of his arrival, Obama while addressing the media, began his address with: "Namaste. Mera pyaar bhara namaskar (My greetings with affection)."

He even ended his speech by saying 'chale saath saath.'

Obama even seemed fascinated with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's dressing and said that 'I myself wanted to wear a Modi kurta tonight' at the dinner hosted by the President at Rashtrapati Bhavan.

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