Vintage automotive lovers had been in for a deal with on Sunday as four-wheelers from the past rolled down the streets of Mumbai’s Bandra-Kurla complicated.
The occasion is one among the installments of the Mumbai Festival held by Things2do & Maharashtra tourism division, which is organising numerous occasions to spice up the metropolis’s tourism and supply the finest experiences to the Mumbaikars.
This Vintage Drive in partnership with Vintage and Classic Car Club of India and Western India Automobile Association noticed over 200 classic cars and bikes collaborating in the occasion — a 20-kilometre lengthy stretch from BKC to Ballard Pier in south Mumbai.
To kick off this occasion, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray rolled in with model, who drove himself to the venue.
And from what we might see, the CM is an auto-enthusiast himself, taking in the sights.
Photographs and Text by Hitesh Harisinghani
Uddhav Thackeray, chief minister of Maharashtra entered the venue alongside along with his spouse Rashmi Thackeray and son Aaditya Thackeray, minister of state tourism and setting, Maharashtra.
Namaste from the CM; the new solution to greet everyone as of late 🙂
Industrialist Gautam Singhania took the household round the venue, which was showcasing the cars earlier than the rally was flagged off.
The CM went round and met every participant at the classic automotive rally. Here he waves out to a younger boy sitting in his father’s 1932 sports activities automotive — a two-seater FIAT.
The CM confirmed eager curiosity in the cars whereas taking the tour admist a sea of onlookers.
Uddhav Thackeray did not give any speech however as an alternative, his gestures of humility in direction of all had been sufficient at this venue the place together with the individuals he additionally went out of his solution to thank the Nashik dhol dancing troupe who had been acting at the occasion. Along with spouse Rashmi and son Aaditya, he flagged off the classic rally for all of Mumbai to see on its streets.