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Babar Azam’s lavish car reminds fans of Ajay Devgan’s ghost’s car from Taarzan movie, check hilarious reactions

For those who don’t know, the cricketer’s supercar costs around 26 crore in Pakistani rupees

New Delhi: Ex-Pakistani cricket team captain and ace batsman Babar Azam recently treated his fans by flaunting the pictures of his newly bought flamboyant Lamborghini Aventador on social media.

While many of his fans congratulated Babar for his latest automotive addition, others ended up comparing the cricket’s new car with the one featured in Bollywood’s 2004 iconic film Taarzan: The Wonder Car.

Sharing Babar’s picture with his new ‘wonder car’ one user took to his Twitter (now X) and suggested that Ajay Devgan’s ghost from Taarzan drives his car at night. He wrote “Babar drives it in the day. Ajay Devgan’s ghost drives it at night.”

Here’s the post:

Soon, Babar’s Taarzon-like Lamborghini triggered a meme fest on social media and netizens from both sides of the border filled the comment section with hilarious tweets.

How costly is Babar’s Lamborghini Aventador?

For those who don’t know, the cricketer’s supercar costs around 26 crore in Pakistani rupees which is approximately about 7.82 crore rupees in Indian currency.

Previously, Babar also received a luxurious sports car Audi e-tron as a gift from his family a couple of months back. The vehicle’s on-road price was about 8 crore rupees in Pakistan’s currency which converts into about 2.33 crore INR.

Babar Azam fined for overspeeding?

While Babar Azam’s enthusiasm for supercars is hidden to none, he has often landed in trouble due to the same. Back in September, a post claiming that the cricketer was fined for allegedly overspeeding while driving on a highway emerged on social media.

Besides this, the cricketer also made headlines in May after traffic police pulled him over at Lahore’s Liberty Chowk and reportedly penalized him over the small size of his vehicle’s number plate.

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