A mechanic in Bihar who has modified his to Tata Nano look like a helicopter, has received many bookings from wedding organizers
One’s wedding is easily among the most memorable parts of his lifetime, especially in a country like ours where even those who’re not strong financially go all out with the expenditures for the marriage celebrations. Not only do people spend huge amounts of money on the clothes and venue but even spend enough to ensure the procession stands out in some way or another. The latest trend is to hire a helicopter for the groom to arrive at the venue and finally leave with the bride.
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Tata Nano-Based Helicopter Car
Well, the groom using a swanky car might be passe but what’s for certain is that not everyone can actually afford to rent a helicopter. And this is exactly what a Bihar-based businessman realized before he turned his Tata Nano into a helicopter replica. Pictures of his vehicle, which seems to be in final stages of completion, have gone viral and Guddu Sharma, the owner, has already received several advance bookings. Guddu is a mechanic based out of Bagaha, Bihar, and has so far spent almost Rs 2 lakh of his savings to make the Nano look like a helicopter.
Speaking about his Tata Nano-based Helicopter car, Guddu has said “In the era of Digital India, this invention is a living example of self-reliant India. More than one and a half lakh rupees are required in making such a ‘helicopter’, whereas it will cost more than two lakh rupees to give it a hi-tech appearance. Its rent is Rs 15,000”.
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