How Incredible Indians Ride On Trains

In the rest of the world, people travel inside trains.

But as with most things it’s always a different story in Incredible India.

People clamber on top of trains, ride alongside trains by hanging on to the doors or windows and, yes, they do travel inside trains too.

Watch the below video to see how Incredible Indians ride the trains (do not miss from 0.47m to 0.50m in the below video).

6 Responses to "How Incredible Indians Ride On Trains"

  1. rakeshbaba   May 26, 2012 at 1:40 pm

    Has endhiran and ra one train scenes copied this??? Responds:

    Endhiran and Ra One Ra Zero were just special effects chutiya gimmickry.

    The guy in the above video is the Real Deal.

  2. niramay   May 28, 2012 at 11:01 am

    SI, do you frequently read the site If you don’t, then here are a few articles which might interest you- Responds:

    Nice pieces (for a second, I confused with Crackle, a free movie channel we get in the U.S. via the Roku set-top box).

    With Dabanng 2, Rowdy Rathore and countless similar monstroshitties from the south coming to a screen near you soon, you can expect more of the Shame.

    The only hope of a fresh start is if the Maoists take the made-in-their-backyard 6,000 rocket launchers they have supposedly stashed away in their hideouts and turn them first on Bollywood and its infantile siblings and then on the jackasses that enjoy and take pride in this garbage.

  3. sam   May 29, 2012 at 10:32 pm

    Its a question of 2-3 seconds negligence for death in these cases.

    But our hero doent seem to care.

    Daredevils! Responds:

    Maybe, he’ll make a good stuntsman in Indian phillums.

    • Naveen   May 31, 2012 at 2:53 am

      Agree with Sam.

      I used to travel on footboard in Chennai PTC buses and sometimes hanging outside the door on Chennai local trains but nowhere in the league of these extraordinary gentlemen. Responds:

      The guy in the video is truly one of those ‘Incredible’ Indians.

      That part where he runs on the raised wall in parallel to the train is beyond horrifying.

      • Naveen   May 31, 2012 at 2:58 am

        He is either a skilled artist or someone who doesn’t value well-being!

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