Jul 7, 2010

4 Pulsar 220 DTS-i in the Bollywood movie "Lafangey Parindey"

The soon to be released Bollywood movie "Lafangey Parindey" seems to have the Pulsar 220 DTS-i "The Fastest Indian" in it..

Recently the Tom Cruise starrer movie "Knight and Day" made it to the news for featuring a Ducati Hypermotard (which apparently seems to be a disguised Aprilia).

Not to be left behind, soon to be launched Bollywood flick "Lafangey Parindey" seems to feature one of our "desi" motorcycle, the Pulsar 220 DTS-i "The Fastest Indian" in it. The trailer of the movie has a couple of shots of its lead Hero Neil Nitin Mukesh astride a black Pulsar 220 DTS-i.

Pulsar 220 DTS-i in Lafangey Parindey

The trailer also has a few shots of Niel Nitin Mukesh and his group of friends indulging in some motorcycle stunts, which seems to be clearly inspired from the awesome Pulsar Mania Ad [2008] (Screenshots posted below for comparison).

Watch the trailer of the movie posted below.



Screeshots of the Pulsar Mania Ad & Lafangey Parindey Trailer

Isn't the shots from the movie inspired by the Pulsar Mania Ad..??



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4 Comments:

bennythegreat said...

nice, Indian movie stars are very proud to ride Bajaj
but in my opinion, please do safety ride..and give a good example to the movie viewers.

GAGAN said...

"Lafangey Parindey"...hmmm....wonder what is happening to movie names nowadays...as if "Kaminey" wasnt enough!! :)

Payeng said...

@Gagan, did you check out Deepika's dialouges in the trailer? Maybe such movie names are deliberate as they catch the imagination of the people.

Akash said...

Hmm nice strategy by Bajaj to advertise their bike in a Bollyshit movie.

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