Kacha Badam singer Bhuvan Badyakar impressed with the Tata Harrier [Video]

The Kacha Badam singer – Bhuvan Badyakar – rose to fame after a lot of musicians and music directors picked up the viral song. Members of Manoj Dey  Vlogs visited the famed singer, who complained that he did not get his due credit, and took him for a spin inside Tata Harrier. The singer came back impressed.

In the video, we can see that the vloggers were having a long conversation with the singer and the people of his village. While the vloggers were leaving, Bhuvan Badyakar came to see them off. He saw the Tata Harrier parked and went to check out the vehicle. The vloggers then offered to take him around in the Tata Harrier

They gave the singer a quick ride around his village. The singer seemed impressed with the Tata Harrier, especially with the panoramic sunroof. He was  awestruck looking at the massive sunroof of the Harrier.

The singer recently crashed his own car

The singer was involved in an accident in his village in Birbhum district of West Bengal. He was trying out his new car – a Hyundai i10 – and crashed it against a wall. He suffered many injuries including gashes on his face and was admitted to a hospital for a few days. This is also why he was wearing a bandage on his hand in this video.

Bhuvan used to earn Rs 300 per day by selling peanuts. Someone recorded a video of him selling  peanuts singing the Kacha Badam song, and put it on the internet. He became an overnight sensation. He reportedly received Rs 3 lakh as remuneration from the music company that remixed his song. He was also roped in by a political party, and now gives live performances at political rallies.

Tata is working on a petrol Harrier and Safari

Kacha Badam singer Bhuvan Badyakar impressed with the Tata Harrier [Video]

The new turbo-petrol engine option for the Tata Harrier and Safari is expected to generate a maximum power 150 PS of and 250 Nm of peak torque. These figures are lower than the 170 PS of maximum power and 350 Nm of maximum torque from the 2.0-litre diesel engine available in both of them.

The petrol engine is likely to be more refined and smoother in comparison to the Fiat-sourced diesel engine in both SUVs. It is also expected to be offered with both the options of a 6-speed manual and 6-speed automatic gearbox, much like how the currently available diesel-powered avatars of these SUVs are getting.

The feature-loaded Tata Harrier gets features such as 18-inch machined alloy wheels, cornering fog lamps, 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with wireless Apple Carplay and Android Auto, wireless charger, panoramic sunroof, automatic climate control, 7-inch TFT MID in the instrument console, powered driver’s seat, push start-stop button and tilt and telescopic adjustable multi-functional steering wheel with cruise control.