Bajaj V Introduces Second Edition Of Invincible Indians

Editor@Throttle|Updated: June 24, 2017 8:42

Invincible Indians is a platform that honors the common men and women who bring about positive change in the society. The Bajaj V that has two models – V15 and V12 – has its roots in India’s legendary warship INS Vikrant. Along the same lines of instilling a sense of pride among Indian citizens, Bajaj has now introduced the second edition of the Invincible Indians ‘Solid People, Solid Stories’. It is a platform that celebrates the good deed of people in helping those in need. The first edition comprised of stories like ‘Ambulance Dada’ and ‘Medicine Baba’. The main purpose of this initiative is to bring the common man’s stories to limelight.  


Bajaj V has released four videos of these super humans. They are 'Bridgeman'Girish Bharadwaj, Padma Sri award winner who has successfully completed the construction of 127 bridges in rural areas that has helped connect more than 500 villages and 2 lakh villagers to the nearby towns. 'Happy Uncle' Pravin Tulpule who  has served in the Indian Navy for 17 years, and then switched his profession one day to become a clown, performing more than 4000 shows over 17 years.


'Pothole Dada'-Dadarao Bilhore, who has been filling potholes on road and saving lives of millions after his personal loss and 'Guru'- Gurmangal Dass who has waged a war against drug addiction in his native village of Rurka Kalan in Jalandhar and has managed to keep youngsters away from drug addiction by motivating them towards football and other sports.


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