Kacha Badam is a vocalist who rose to prominence when the viral song was picked up by a number of musicians and music directors. Manoj Dey Vlogs paid a visit to the famous musician, who claims he was denied fair credit, and took him for a ride inside a Tata Harrier. The singer expressed his admiration for the singer.
We can see in the video that they talked with the singer for a long time. Bhuvan Badyakar, the vocalist, came to see them off as they were departing. He noticed the Tata Harrier parked and proceeded to inspect it. They then offered to drive him about in their new Tata Harrier, which he accepted.
They took the singer on a tour of his village. The Tata Harrier seemed to have thrilled the singer, particularly with its panoramic sunroof. He was especially taken aback when he saw the Harrier’s enormous sunroof.
He recently crashed his own car
In his village of Birbhum, the singer was engaged in an accident. He was putting his new car through its paces when it collided with a wall. He was hospitalised for a few days after suffering numerous injuries, including gashes on his face. That’s why, in this video, he’s wearing a bandage on his hand.
Bhuvan used to sell peanuts for Rs 300 per day. Someone had filmed his footage and uploaded it to the internet, where he became an internet phenomenon after catching the attention of many people. According to reports, he was paid Rs 3 lakh by the music firm that remixed his song. He is also roped in by a political party and gives live performances at political rallies.
Tata is working on a petrol Harrier & Safari
The new turbo-petrol engine for the Tata Harrier and Safari is estimated to produce a maximum output of 150 PS and peak torque of 250 Nm. These stats are lower than the 2.0-litre diesel engine in both of them, which produces 170 PS and 350 Nm of maximum torque.
In compared to the Fiat-sourced diesel engine in both SUVs, the petrol engine is believed to be more refined and smooth. It is also likely to be available with both a 6-speed manual and 6-speed automatic transmission, similar to how the present diesel-powered versions of these SUVs are.
The Tata Harrier comes with 18-inch machined alloy wheels, cornering fog lamps, an 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with wireless Apple Carplay and Android Auto, a wireless charger, a panoramic sunroof, automatic climate control, a 7-inch TFT MID in the instrument console, a powered driver’s seat, a push start-stop button, and a tilt and telescopic adjustable multi-function steering wheel with cruise control, among other features.