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Bachpan Ka Pyar Lyrics

Jaane Meri Jaaneman
Bachpan Ka Pyar Mera
Bhul Nahi Jaana Re

Sachha Mera Pyar Hai
Jaan Tujhe Kiya Hai
Bachpan Ka Pyar Mera
Bhul Nahi Jana Re

Sonu Meri Darling
Jaane Meri Janeman
Bachpan Ka Pyaar Mera
Bhul Nahi Jana Re

Sachha Mera Pyar Hai
Jaan Tujhe Kiya Hai
Bachpan Ka Pyaar Mera
Bhul Nahi Jaana Re

The internet is a place of giving for people with talent. And it just takes one photo or a video for a person to go viral. Recently, one such young boy goes viral after singing ‘Bachpan Ka Pyar’, triggers trend and gets felicitated by Chhattisgarh CM. After notable celebrities, including rapper Badshah, gave their own fun twist to the song, the video caught the attention of Chhattisgarh CM. Today we car freak team covering ‘Bachpan Ka Pyar’ Automotive Edition.

1. Hero Karizma

“Four wheels move the body, two wheels move the soul.”  Motorcycles have always been a craze in India. But there are a few bikes that have made it possible. One such is the Hero Honda Karizma. It was not just a motorcycle, it was an emotion. Hero Karizma is the first high capacity motorcycle from the company which was launched in 2003. It was capable of top speeds of more than 125km/h hence it was seen as a high-speed tourer of the decade. Let’s take a look at the history of one of the first semi-faired bikes of India.

2. Honda City Type 2

The frist gen Honda City was launched in 1998 an the original low cost Honda borns. The frist gen car is the rarest breed, an original 1st gen car with the 1.3 litre engine. It wasn’t really low-cost on sticker price, costing Rs 6.4 lakh back in 1998. Later in 2000 the real gem came up with update Honda City Type 2 which got power steering and detuned VTEC-equipped engine which produce 106bhp of power & 0-100 in 9.92 sec and thus was born the legend that is the Honda City.

3. Maruti Suzuki Zen

Maruti Zen was the premium hatchback of the 90s. What the Baleno hatchback is to Maruti Suzuki today, The Zen was to Maruti back in the 90s, a slightly upmarket offering from the desi brand. The Zen was launched in India in 1993 sitting right above the legend itself Maruti 800. The word “ZEN” Stands for Zero Engine Noise, which might have been a thing back then. Also, the word “ZEN” means ‘complete’ in Japanese.

4. Kinetic Blaze

Blaze was the scootrette which many of us are still admiring. The Blaze was an all & all surprise package by Kinetic, a true Italian design scootrette which is still admired and desired by many but unfortunately no other manufacturer has brought up anything in this segment.

5. Mitsubishi Lancer

The luxury compact sedan, a famous one in Japan was also launched in India in 1998. The car really did well in India, in fact, the only model from the company that did well. The sedan was equipped with a 1.5-litre petrol engine which produced 85hp of power and a peak torque of 132Nm. It also had a diesel engine option. The sedan had an air conditioner, power steering, power windows, adjustable steering, power-adjustable rear-view mirrors and many features that were considered a luxury at that time. Lancer was sold in India until 2012 when the company decided to tick it off the selling plan.

6. Yamaha R6

The YZF-R6 was introduced in 1999 as the super sport version of YZF-R1super bike, and as a companion to the more street-oriented YZF600R sport bike which continued to be sold alongside the R6. The motorcycle featured Yamaha’s completely new engine design capable of producing over 108 hp (81 kW) while stationary. The R6 was the world’s first 600cc production four-stroke motorcycle producing over 100 hp (75 kW) in stock form.

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