Aman Gupta reacts to PM Rishi Sunak using boAt headphones in British Council of India
UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, accompanied by his wife Akshata Murthy, is attending the G20 Summit in New Delhi, on the sidelines of which, he also took some time to engage with students at the British Council of India. Sunak shared moments from his visit to the British Council on his social media handles, and one particular image drew attention as it showed him using boAt headphones while interacting with the children.
Before meeting the world leaders of today I’ve been meeting with the world leaders of tomorrow.
— Rishi Sunak (@RishiSunak) September 8, 2023
CMO of boAt Aman Gupta, also known for his presence in Shark Tank India, responded to Sunak’s social media post and extended a warm welcome to him in India. Gupta wrote, “Bharat mein aapka boAt boAt Swaagat,” while sharing a screenshot of the photo featuring Sunak wearing the boAt headphones.
This interaction between the UK Prime Minister and boAt headphones garnered interest and highlighted the brand’s presence in the Indian market.
About his meeting with the students at the British Council of India, Sunak wrote, “Before meeting the world leaders of today, I’ve been meeting with the world leaders of tomorrow.”
India is very near and dear to me: Rishi Sunak
After landing at Palam Airport in New Delhi, PM Rishi Sunak addressed the reporters travelling with him, expressing his excitement to be back in India. He told the reporters that India is “a country that is very near and dear” to him.
Sunak also joked about him being called the son-in-law of India. “It’s obviously special. I saw somewhere that I was referred to as India’s son-in-law, which I hope was meant affectionately,” he told reporters.
Rishi Sunak at Akshardham temple | Image credit: X
This morning, Rishi Sunak, along with his wife Akshata Murthy, also visited Akshardham temple in New Delhi.
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