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Do keep coming: PM Modi to Jagger (Credit: YouTube)

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday replied to rock legend Mick Jagger’s thank you note with a musical flair. The 73-year-old leader, in response to Jagger’s social media expressing gratitude towards India, shared the title of one of his well-known songs.

‘You Can’t Always Get What You Want’ but India is a place filled with seekers and it provides solace and ‘Satisfaction’ to everyone, Modi posted on Twitter (now known as X). Modi further said that he was happy to know that Jagger found joy among the people and culture in the country. Do keep visiting, he wrote on the microblogging website.

Jagger on Friday shared a post, blended with Hindi and English, on the Internet with a video of himself singing and even expressed happiness over his stay in India. He was also spotted watching a Cricket World Cup 2023 game recently.

While thanking India, Jagger mentioned that he got away from his routine work during his stay in the nation. I am extremely happy with my trip to India, he added.

Who is Mick Jagger?

Mick Jagger is an English entertainer who founded the rock band the Rolling Stones. Jagger has written the majority of the band’s songs in collaboration with lead guitarist Keith Richards. Their songwriting partnership is considered one of the most successful in history.

Also Read: Mick Jagger reveals the inspiration behind The Rolling Stones’ logo, says ‘always had a connection with India’

His career has spread over six decades, earning him recognition as one of the most popular and influential frontmen in the history of rock music. In the Queen’s 2002 Birthday Honours, Jagger received a knighthood for services to popular music.

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Written by: Soft FM Radio Staff

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