A car converted into a helicopter is running on the streets of Azamgarh! Amazing wonder made by spending only 3 lakhs
Carpenter Made A Helicopter: In Azamgarh district of Uttar Pradesh these days, a Nano car converted into a helicopter is seen running on the road. Photos of this amazing wonder made by a carpenter have become a topic of discussion on social media these days.
Carpenter Makes Helicopter Styled Nano: It is said that skill does not need any introduction. Recently, this proverb is sitting perfectly on some viral pictures, in which a helicopter is being seen running on the road. These pictures are being told of Azamgarh district of Uttar Pradesh. Where a carpenter converted a Nano car into a helicopter, which is giving the experience of air travel to the passengers walking on the road. This amazing wonder of this carpenter has become a topic of discussion on social media these days.
The name of the carpenter is being told as Salman, who has converted the Nano car running on the road into a helicopter. According to Salman, it took him about 4 months to make it, which he has prepared at a cost of three lakh rupees. Alam is that now even people are stunned to see this helicopter running on the road. According to Salman, this helicopter car is in great demand these days. It is being told that, for this, Salman first bought a Nano car, which he started working hard to convert into a helicopter.
Uttar Pradesh | A Carpenter from Azamgarh converts his Nano car into a replica of a helicopter
I have made a helicopter that runs on the roads. It took about 4 months to complete the work and it cost around Rs 3 lakhs. There is a lot of demand for it: Carpenter Salman (20.12) pic.twitter.com/redDcLonfP
— ANI UP/Uttarakhand (@ANINewsUP) December 21, 2022
Pictures of the car converted into this helicopter can be seen on the social media platform Twitter, which people are watching and sharing a lot. In fact, one keeps seeing more and more similar videos on the internet, seeing which sometimes it becomes difficult to believe one’s own eyes.