New Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in a post on X, expressed happiness over British pop singer, songwriter and filmmaker Sir Michael Philip Jagger’s admission of visiting India and finding happiness in coming closer to Indian culture and invited him to keep visiting India.
“You may not always get what you want, but India is a land full of seekers, all seeking solace and ‘satisfaction’,” the Prime Minister said in his post in response to Sir Michael Philip Jagger aka Mick Jagger’s post on X. Provides. Glad to know you found happiness among the people and culture here. Keep coming.”
Mick Jagger shared a short video of a song in his post and wrote, “Thank you and Namaste India. I felt very happy to be here, away from daily routine. With much love to you all, Mick.”
Sir Michael Philip Jagger was born on 26 July 1943 in Britain. He is an English singer, songwriter, actor, filmmaker and dancer. He is the frontman and one of the founding members of the rock band the Rolling Stones. Mick Jagger recently visited Kolkata for a cricket match and to celebrate Diwali and Kali Puja. They were seen enjoying a vibrant trip to the city of West Bengal, City of Joy – Kolkata.