Watch: Justin Trudeau plays cricket with Kapil, Azhar
On the invitation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau landed in Indian soil on last Saturday. Since then the vigorous and mighty popular PM stirred the heart of people in the sub-continent.
Later on Thursday, Justin Trudeau tried his skills with the cricket bat; accompanied his son to play a few shots on the ground. Cricket greats of India Kapil Dev and Mohammad Azharuddin were walking beside him in the show.
He already visited Taj Mahal in Agra and Sabarmati Ashram in Gujarat as a part of his tour.
The two PMs will engage in bilateral talks in the Indian city of India on Friday.
Watch the video here-
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