Gul Panag is a versatile actress, model, animal lover, automotive enthusiast, adventure seeker, brand advocate, and politician all at the same time. When we think of celebrities who enjoy automobiles and motorcycles, Gul Panag is the first name that springs to mind. She drove an extremely customised Mahindra Scorpio get away truck for Discovery Channel's "off road with Gul Panag." She drove a heavily customised Mahindra Scorpio get-away pickup truck all the way to Ladakh's barren heights and back. She also has a classic BMW F650 Funduro, which has a single cylinder, 650cc four-stroke engine that produces 48 bhp. Her fleet also includes the sole Indian all-electric automobile, the Mahindra E20, which was given to her by her husband, Mr. Rishi Attari. She also enjoyed riding her Royal Enfield Bullet Electra, and as an Audi brand ambassador, she now rides an Audi Q5.
Taapsee Pannu is a South Indian diva who rose to prominence in Bollywood after appearing in Akshay Kumar's film "BABY." She is a bike enthusiast, which she has acknowledged in numerous interviews and television appearances. Most recently, at the unveiling of a Honda two-wheeler bike, she rode the bike to the stage and said, "Does bike truly go with a man?" No, I don't believe so. On, women appear to be cool.
Shraddha Kapoor learned to ride a bike for the first time during the filming of Ek Villain, and it appears that she has had a sweet spot in her heart for bikes ever since. Despite the fact that she has acknowledged to falling off the bike and injuring herself several times during her learning days, She enjoys taking rides on her bullet, and she has been seen with it recently during the marketing of her film ABCD 2.
During the filming of "rab ne bana di Jodi," Anushka Sharma got her first taste of riding a bike. Anushka was later seen riding a bullet alongside Shah Rukh Khan in the film "Jab Tak Hai Jaan," in which she drove around in a Range Rover Vogue, which cost around 2.5 crore. After riding a bike in Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi and PK, Anushka Sharma was seen riding a bike in Sultan. But the bike link doesn't end there; the three Khans can be seen riding pillion in all three films. While Shah Rukh Khan was seen wearing bright attire while riding pillion on Anushka's motorcycle, Aamir Khan appeared at ease while filming PK on the streets of Delhi.
During the filming of "Jannat 2," the actress had her first bike riding lessons from her co-star Emraan Hashmi. “Goa is all about the bikes, and it was nice learning how to ride from Emraan,” Esha says of the 'awesome experience shooting for the song,' 'Rahoon ya na...' The actress spent a few hours learning how to ride a bike and practising her skills. After the action, Esha got on her bike with Emraan and created a seamless scene in only one cut, which made the director very happy. Following the completion of the session, Emraan and Esha decided on an impromptu plan to have a lengthy trip around the beautiful city. Esha gladly consented, and the two embarked on a lengthy ride together.