But there's always a downside to this kind of overexposure on the internet. There exist everything from memes suggesting that Modi is travelling the world to search for Pokemon to being declared the "World's best travelling PM by UNESCO". Sometimes, his followers (unintentionally) do a good job of creating these cringe-worthy moments themselves.
The plethora of speeches available on video sharing sites means there is enough content for a perfect and often hilarious mashup.
Video editors have been particular partial to a certain news anchor in that regard.
In the video above, uploaded by a YouTuber who goes by the name of Official Peeing Human, with footage edited together from numerous speeches, the Prime Minister can be heard (and seen) singing Love is a waste of time from PK.
It's not just videos of Modi singing that recordings of his speeches and public appearances are used for. Here's a YouTuber dubbing over the voices of Mark Zuckerberg to create a shudh Hindi-speaking version of the Facebook CEO and the Indian prime minister, who explains how to create the perfect selfie.
Modi's not the only Indian politician to have YouTuber's creating mashups of. Here's an auto tune remix of one of Congress scion Rahul Gandhi's speeches.
Unfortunately, there's none of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, because he seems to do a pretty good job of that already. There does exist a video of Modi singing, although it's really only a recitation of a poem in the music video for the anthem of the BJP party. The former chief minister of Gujarat might not like to sing but he does seem to have a penchant for percussion instruments.
Of course, he's not the only world leader to find internet fame through these means. There's US President Barack Obama's Hotline Bling, Donald Trump singing Pink Floyd's We Don't Need No Education and George Bush singing Sunday Bloody Sunday.