A city based artist Hariohm Gurjar made a portrait of Prime Minister Narendra Modi which is about 35 kgs in weight. Actually the artist used screws to make the unique portrait which he wishes to present the Prime Minister. The portrait titled ‘Largest and Heaviest Portrait of PM’ is already in record books and this is his 9th record.
Gurjar is famous for his unique style of work and this time also he done the same. He used screws to make the portrait of PM Narendra Modi appreciating his decision of demonetisation which is to stop the people involving in black money transactions.
“I always want to do something different and this time also I used 17,920 screws of 1 inch to make the portrait of PM Narendra Modi. The theme is about appreciating his decision of demonetisation which put an end of black marketers. The black screws showed the black money people and the white symbolises the perfect decision of our PM. I started the portrait on 6th April and completed on 6th September whenever I get free time from my schedule. It took 38 hours and 35 minutes in total to make the portrait,” said Gurjar.
The portrait already got its place in Limca Book of Records, India Book of Records, Unique Book of Records and Asia Book of Records. Earlier Gurjar made India’s largest portrait of PM Narendra Modi using Bindis. Before that he held seven more individual records in his name.