Shah Rukh Khan Units Twitter On Hearth Astride A BMW G 310 R

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Shah Rukh Khan is a drive of nature! No matter he does normally finally ends up trending on Twitter. The Badshah of Bollywood is thought for his love of vehicles and lately, he put up a video on social media the place he’s seen with a BMW G 310 R and the BMW G 310 GS. For sure, the video went viral on Twitter. Within the video, SRK speaks about how he has spent 27 years in Bollywood and the way he rode into the hearts of his followers using a modified dirt-bike to the sound of “Koi Na Koi Chahiye, Pyaar Karne Wala” in his debut film, Deewana, approach again in 1992.

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Sure, he did trip the BMW G 310 R within the video albeit very, very briefly and inside his home. In truth, BMW Motorrad despatched him each bikes to check out. SRK says that he’s very eager on taking each bikes out for a spin and reiterates about security and the way vital it’s to put on a helmet and the way everybody ought to put on a helmet at any time when they’re on a two-wheeler. We at carandbike agree with him 100 per cent and contemplate security to be of paramount significance so far as automobiles are involved.

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Shah Rukh Khan is model ambassador with Hyundai the place he has additionally been actively concerned with the model’s street security marketing campaign, ‘Be The Higher Man’ – since final yr. carandbike helps all security initiatives, and urges you to make sure kids sit within the again seat, and toddlers/infants are positioned in little one seats all the time. Don’t forget to strap your self in both. If you’re using on a two-wheeler please, please all the time put on a helmet.


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