Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets his wax double, while Madame Tussauds announces sculptures of him will take up residence in museums in Singapore, Hong Kong and Bangkok. Rough Cut (No reporter narration)
NATURAL ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi joins the list of political leaders to have a wax double, with museum Madame Tussauds announcing that new figures of him were taking taking up residence at museums in Singapore, Hong Kong and Bangkok on Wednesday (April 20). Modi joins the likes of Britain's David Cameron and Germany's Angela Merkel who have Madame Tussauds wax figure doubles. Modi's figure, dressed in a kurta in cream, took four months to make and cost 150,000 pounds ($215,835), the museum said in a statement.