London: Introducing Prime Minister Narendra Modi to a massive crowd at London's Wembley Stadium on Friday, British Prime Minister David Cameron borrowed his catch-phrase 'Acche Din (good times)'.
"They said Acche Din Aane Waale Hai, under Modi Acche Din Zaroor Ayenge (Under PM Modi, good times will come)," Mr Cameron said in his remarks before PM Modi's address to some 60,000 members of the Indian community.
The British prime minister also referred to the term "chaiwallah" or tea-boy as he paid glowing tribute to Mr Modi, who sold tea on trains as a young boy.
"They said a chaiwallah will never govern the world's largest democracy, but Modi proved them wrong," Mr Cameron said to deafening cheers from the packed stadium.
The two leaders hugged warmly on stage.
PM Modi stayed overnight at Chequers, Mr Cameron's country retreat at Buckinghamshire, where the two shared a simple vegetarian dinner of porcini mushroom pulao and dal tadka.
"I hope PM Modi you can see what I see every day, British Indians putting the great into Great Britain," Mr Cameron said.
PM Modi was welcomed with a glittering show that featured prominent singers, the London Philharmonic Orchestra and many school children.
Earlier today, PM Modi lunched with Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace.