Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s successful poll mantra last year that went viral Abki Baar Modi Sarkar looks has crossed the proverbial seven seas and has found a new proponent in British Prime Minister David Camron who has discovered a new language to address Indian voters in UK. While crisscrossing the country in a frantic election campaign Cameron was asked by a TV channel if there was anything he would like to tell voters of Indian origin, he was spontenous and replied Phir Ek Baar, Cameron Sarkar it was a take-off from Modi mantra. Not only this the British PM is impressed by Indian counterpart’s 3D holograms used during election campaign. And he plans to use it in few days. It would be for the first time Indian election campaign by a Hindu party as seen by the West would be seeing the global application. The change in poll tactics by British PM comes after the Conservative Party released a song in Hindi: ‘Aasman Neela Hai’ (the sky is blue). He also spoke about British ethnic voices finding increasing space in Parliamnet, police and other wings of governance. Not only this Cameron said Britain takes India seriously and expects Modi factor would be furthering bilateral relations. It looks Modi affect is slowly seeping into the Western governments. The key is to run the country and the election campaign which is an attribute of Modi Sarkar’s clear plan of governance and people and parties at home even are coming to realise. Cameron’s out reach is to the large segment of Indian voters especially those from Gujarat who campaigned for Modi at home also. The charismatic Lok Sabha elections out come had propelled Bharatiya Janata Party from second fiddle to single largest party ousting the traditional rival and at that time ruling party Congress which remained at the hustings for six decades. This could be the main factor for the Western politicians to follow Modi mantra for political success.