Finally Narendra Modi’s Wax Statues Stand In Madame Tussauds Museum London

PM Narendra Modi’s Wax Statues Stand In Madame Tussauds Museum London :-  PM Modi’s wax statue established in Madame Tussauds residence in museum. PM Modi joined the big leaders of big countries to watch the statue that is made by wax from the team of Madame Tussauds.

New Delhi: Prime Minster Narendra Modi poses with his wax statue due to be placed at London’s Madame Tussauds museum, in New Delhi. Three of his wax statues have been installed in Singapore, Hong Kong and Bangkok and one of them will be put up in London in the next eight days. PTI Photo / Madame Tussauds(PTI4_20_2016_000174B)

PM Modi came face to face with the wax statue on Monday at a private viewing organised at his 7,Race course residence. And now the wax statue figure of Narendra Modi will now travel to Madame Tussauds head quarter in London.

And it will be open on 28th April for the public to visit this place and to watch this marvelous art of wax statue. Well this statue show PM Modi with folded hands in “Namaste style” and the makers dressed this statue with Modi’s kurta pajama.

Well this whole art and the statue looks so good and so real even Modi confused to himself in this statue. The wax statue looks same as it is and the team of Madame Tussauds done a tremendous job and shows respect to our PM.

Modi said in a video that Today he he got an opportunity to meet his wax statue that is made by Madame Tussauds team. The video is posted by Madame Tussauds. This four figure took the world famous museum team and 150,000 pounds money spent on the wax statue.

Madame Tussaunds has 20 branches in the different cities of the world. And the wax museum established in 1836 in London. The museum has also the wax statue of Mahatma Gandhi and Winston churchill.

So many prominent leaders will join to see the wax statue. Leaders like US President Barack Obama,England Prime minister David Cameron and so many big leaders on 28th April will go to visit this marvelous art.

Madame Tussaud’s general manager Edward Fuller  said that they are delighted to welcome PM Modi to Madame Tussauds London.