New Delhi l Jagran News Desk: All over the world, Indians are known for their creativity or in layman's language 'Jugaad'. One such story comes from Bihar where a man has given his Tata Nano car the look of a helicopter.

Mithilesh Kumar, a resident of Chhapra said he wanted to fulfill the dream of becoming a pilot. Coming from a farmer's family it was not possible for him to fulfill his dream due to monetary issues. He said, "I always wanted to make a helicopter, now I can't do that because my background is not strong and that's why I have given my car this look.''

Though the car has the looks of a helicopter, it cannot fly, but like other cars, it runs on the road. Rotor blade, rotor mast and a tail boom are added to the car with special paint to give it a helicopter look.

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Mithilesh is a pipeline fitter by profession is a higher secondary pass from Shanker Dayal Inter-college, as per a report. He took the help of his brother Surjeet Prasad to transform the car. They spent seven months to change the looks of his Nano car that he bought in November 2018, the report added.

Meanwhile, Production of Nano cars would stop from April 2020 as Tata Motors is no longer interested in spending on the 'dream car' to meet stricter emission norm under BS-VI and other safety regulations, as per reports.

Posted By: James Kuanal