M Night Shyamalan was among the guest who was invited to the dinner at The White House. Read to know more about the dinner menu and other attendees.
The White House State Dinner hosted for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Washington was a gala event. Where Indian-American filmmaker M Night Shyamalan was also in attendance along with his wife Bhavna Vaswani. They were among the several delegates. Hosted by US President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden the dinner was for PM Modi. As he was on his 3-day visit to the country.
About M Night Shyamalan
Shyamalan is well known for his critically acclaimed films like The Sixth Sense (1999), Unbreakable (2000), and Split (2016). And graced his presence at the White House in a black tuxedo. Along with him was his wife Bhavna Vaswani, who wore a traditional sky-blue lehenga with colorful prints. She accessorized her look with an elegant choker.
All those who attended the royal dinner were prominent figures from entertainment, politics, business, and the tech world. As they too invited to the State Dinner. From India, big names like Mukesh and Nita Ambani, and Anand Mahindra also arrived in Washington to attend the dinner. Also, CEO Sundar Pichai from Google, AI CEO Sam Altman, Apple CEO Tim Cook, Fashion designer Ralph Lauren, and Grammy award winner Joshua Bell were present for the dinner. Other personalities that were witnessed were Netflix Chief content officer Bela Bajaria, writer Anand Giridharadasas, Voto Latino CEO Maria Teresa Kumar, and CBS Anand Giridharadasas. Addressing all those who were present PM Modi spoke about Indian Americans’ significant contribution towards the economy of the US. Hence found a respectable place in the country.
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So what was included in the dinner menu
Well, the menu included lemon-dill yogurt sauce, stuffed portobello mushrooms, tangy avocado sauce, creamy saffron-infused risotto, crisped millet cakes, marinated millet, and grilled corn kernel salad. Also, they had compressed watermelon, rose, and cardamom-infused strawberry shortcakes. And yes how can we forget summer squash?