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March 14, 2018

Twitter Can’t Stop Trolling French President Emmanuel Macron and Narendra Modi’s ‘Eerie Gaze’ Picture

Twitter Can’t Stop Trolling French President Emmanuel Macron and Narendra Modi’s ‘Eerie Gaze’ Picture
Twitteratis do not fail to troll each and every picture which has even a little scope for making trolls. This time their target is the French President Emmanuel Macron who recently arrived in India which is France’s first state visit to the southern subcontinent since January 2016.
And guess who arrived to receive him on the airport? It’s none other than our Prime Minister, Narendra Singh Modi, who is often the victim of trollers, especially when it comes to photographs. Modi has always been trolled for spotting and exactly looking at the camera in every function, event and public gatherings, no matter how crowded it is. But this time it’s not him, but someone else whose photograph is going viral along with the trolls.
Take a look at the picture which has attracted the trollers’ attention:
Media photographers clicked a rather eerie-looking picture of Macron hugging Narendra Modi, in which Macron is looking exactly at the camera with a very intense look, where Macron unknowingly is scaring us with his looks.
Now, these talented twitteratis have emerged with new ideas for Macron’s eerie gaze and what he exactly looks like. Here are the funny trolls:
Plot twist.... Macron will suddenly show his vampire teeth and bite the unsuspecting neck..

Emmanuel Macron breaking the fourth wall as he hugs Narendra Modi in the first episode of "Maison des Cartes".
*Outside exam hall*

Friend : bhai main fail

Me *thinking 95/100 to pakke* : mai bhi bhai

Modi and Emmanuel Macron inaugurated Uttar Pradesh’s biggest solar power plant in Mirzapur district on Monday. They energised the solar panels and dedicated the 75 MW facility to the people. The solar plant which is built at a cost of around Rs 500 crore by French firm ENGIE, has come up at Dadar Kalan village on the hilly terrain of the Vindhyas range. Around 1,18,600 solar panels have been set up in over 380 acres.

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