Vehicles, gadgets, inventions, and even food–name it, and the series has them! If you want to see the Motu Patlu items in real life, this article is perfect for you!
1. YELLOW DIAMOND RINGS CHIP
An intriguing snack has taken over Motu, Patlu, and their friends’ interests in one episode. Of course, the Yellow Diamond Rings Chip is not an ordinary snack since you can find a toy inside. But did you know that this snack actually exists in real life? We have seen from the Yellow Diamond website that the Yellow Diamond Rings Chip comes with three flavors: the Masala, Tomato, and Mango Chutney! Also, it actually contains a mystery toy that you need to find out about!
2. DR. JHATKA’S FLYING CAR
Next, we’re going to be a little futuristic. Well, who doesn’t want to try riding Dr. Jhatka’s flying car? This multi-purposed car has a vintage design and two airplane wings on each side. With that style, the flying vehicle bears similarity with the 1954 Taylor Aerocar N-101D. This flying car flaunts its retro design while painted with sleek yellow and black color. According to the Smithsonian Magazine website, the vehicle is turned into an aircraft to fly, bearing two airplane-like wings.
3. BOXER’S CAR
Moving on, we all know that Boxer loves his car dearly. This lavish car’s exterior look is similar to the high-end 2012 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet. Like Boxer’s car, it is painted with smooth cherry-red color and has a soft top that allows the driver to have an open-driving experience. Also, we have read from the AutoBlog website that this Porsche model is an impressive car despite its lesser horsepower.
4. CHINGUM’S MOTORCYCLE
Here’s another vehicle that we often see in the series. Inspector Chingum’s motorcycle is seen to possess a powerful engine that allows him to chase the bandits. With its excellent engine and design, this motorcycle’s real-life counterpart is the 2016 Harley Davidson Softtail Slim S. Luckily, we found an identical model from the AutoEvolution website, as it has a matching olive green color to Chingum’s motorcycle.
It looks like social media websites are popular in the series as well. So if you want to get to know the characters better, you need to be friends with them through Fakebook. This virtual social media site contains the characters’ basic information, even their likes, and dislikes. With its familiar name and layout, Fakebook is the parody of Facebook. So now, which character would you add as friends?
Last but not least, we can’t forget Motu’s favorite, the Samosas. With its appetizing appearance, fillings, and affordable price, Motu proclaimed this snack as “The Best in the Country.” As shown in the series, Samosas are popular street food in India. If you’re curious about why this pastry is special, here’s the reason. According to Sukhi Singh’s website, Samosas’ filling has meat, onion, coriander, pepper, peas, and sometimes, potatoes. This snack is best partnered with a warm chai or tea.
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