As India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to celebrate his 69th birthday on September 17, bakers from around the city of Surat have made elaborate plans to celebrate the day in style.
A bakery owner will attempt making a record 700 feet long cake weighing 7,000 kg to be cut by 700 ‘honest people of the city’! Breadliner, who are known for their unique way of celebrating the day by making huge cakes, will be making one against corruption this year.
“It will be a world record for biggest cake and also our way of rooting for a corruption-free India. We expect a large number of Modi supporters to join us,” said Breadliner’s Nitin Patel according to a TOI report.
The mammoth cake will be made at Sarsana convention centre on September 17. The delicacy will be cut by 700 “honest people of the city” and distributed to children and others revellers.