AI-Generated Photos of PM Modi’s Faux Visit to Pune Go Viral on Social Media

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Pune on August 1 created a buzz as he sought blessings at the famous Dagdusheth Halwai Ganapati and received the Lokmanya Tilak National Award. However, some viral photos of the PM strolling through Tulshibagh and other landmarks in Pune have turned out to be AI-generated creations.

Photographer Nikhil Jagtap from Pune used artificial intelligence to create these imaginative photos, depicting what it would be like if PM Modi visited various iconic places in the city. The AI-generated pictures include scenes of him at Pune Metro Station, Mahatma Phule Bhaji Mandai, Tulshibagh, Market Yard Phulbazar, Market Yard Vegetable Market, Rajiv Gandhi Zoo and Pu. La Deshpande Park.

In these AI photos, PM Modi is seen traveling in the metro, taking darshan at a popular temple, shopping in Tulsi Bagh, and interacting with locals at various locations. Although these images are not real, they have garnered attention on social media, sparking curiosity and admiration for the photographer’s creativity.

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