Hot Wheels! Rajkummar Rao Gifts Himself Rs 16.5 Lakh New Harley Davidson
Mina Muzumdar|Oct 15, 2019
On the work front, the actor will soon to be seen in "Made In China", he will again break the stereotypes to play a distinctively different character in the film.
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The star on the rise Rajkummar Rao who is presently awaiting the release of his next film Made In China, co-starring Mouni Roy just gifted himself a brand new Harley Davidson motorbike.
For the Judgementall Hai Kya actor is now the owner of the Rs 14.69 Harley Davidson Fat Bob. A dealer from Mumbai then took to his social media to share the first image of the National Award-winning actor on his new bike as he was just about to get home the new expensive toy.
"#Congratulations to #rajkumarrao on brand new Harley-Davidson #fatbob Cheers to open roads & new journeys! Welcome to the family of Seven Islands Harley-Davidson. Seven Islands Harley-Davidson," the post read.
Along with the post, Rajkummar Rao was seen donning all-black sports outfit which just nicely matched his bike. He also accessorized his outfit tastefully with yellow-tinted glasses and sports shoes.
On the work front, the actor will soon to be seen in Made In China, he will again break the stereotypes to play a distinctively different character in the film.
Talking about his forthcoming the film, the 35-year-old actor confided:
“We have made a good and very entertaining film. It’s like my earlier film Stree (2018), and people laughed and enjoyed the story even though it also had a delicate message. Similarly, Made In China is entertaining as well, and has an underlined message as well. We are proud of the film. Diwali, being a festive season, also has a long weekend ahead, and so I feel two films can easily cater to the audiences this Diwali. Since there are limited Fridays in the entire year, we do not always get a clear window. We have to clash with some or the other film. Every film has its own space.”