Ahmedabad, Aug 21 (ANI): In an attempt to enter the Guinness Book of World Records, Rajendra Prasad, protagonist of upcoming south Indian flick "Quick Gun Murugan", made a 32.5 feet long dosa, a delicacy popular in southern parts of the country.
The attempt is also aimed at promoting the movie.
Sixteen chefs helped Prasad made the dosa at the Sankalp restaurant in Ahmedabad in less than 40 minutes.
Speaking on the occasion, Prasad said that by making the world's longest dosa, he wants to promote the importance of promoting vegetarian lifestyle.
"The main subject of the "Quick Gun Murugan" is the epic battle between the vegetarian and non-vegetarian. But in this we are highlighting the importance of vegetarian in today's time. So we wanted our vegetarian food to be into the world. So that's why we are promoting this dosa," said Prasad.
"Quick Gun Murugan", the protagonist, is a cowboy fighting for the virtues of vegetarian food while the villain advocates non-vegetarian dishes. The film is a satire on the war between vegetarian and non-vegetarian food enthusiasts.
The movie is set to hit the theatres on August 28. (ANI)