What a SURPRISE! PM Modi's birthday cake to break Guinness World Record - Details inside

The cake will be prepared by a team of 20 chefs from Atul Bakery, and it will be flavoured with choco-berry. 

Last Updated: Sep 16, 2016, 18:23 PM IST
What a SURPRISE! PM Modi's birthday cake to break Guinness World Record - Details inside

New Delhi: This is just getting bigger and bigger! Prime Minister Narendra Modi's birthday cake will aim for a Guinness World Record! – a feat currently held by a Polish firm.

A Surat-based bakery chain reportedly will try to create the world's tallest cake pyramid to mark the PM's 66th birthday on Saturday.

Birthdays are special to everyone but if you are the prime minister of India then he definitely should get a special treatment.

The prime minister's home state Gujarat is taking the lead and plans to celebrate his birthday in a grand manner tomorrow.

According to a media report, bakery chain Atul Bakery has joined hands with NGO Shakti Foundation to honour PM Modi on his birthday, mainly for his 'Beti Padhao, Beti Bachao' movement.

The NGO reportedly works for the empowerment of rural women.

It is reported that they together plans to create an eight-feet tall cake pyramid, weighing approximately 2.5 tonnes!

This cake stands every chance of breaking the Guinness World Record for the tallest cake in the world!, said the organisers.

The record for the tallest birthday cakes is presently held by the MTR Rzeszow International Fair in Rzeszow, Poland. And the cake was was nearly six feet tall, and weighed 720.8 kg, a TOI report claimed.

"Ours will be above 8 feet and it may go to up to 12 feet too weighing 2 tonne to 2.5 tonne. We have already taken pre-approval and guidelines of the same from Guinness Team," the report quoted Sonal Rochani, co-founder of Shakti Foundation as saying.

The PM's birthday cake will celebrate the achievements of Indian women in various fields, including sports and academics, the report said.

The gigantic cake will be prepared, unveiled, and cut on Saturday.

However, it won't be the PM who'll be cutting the cake, and instead young girls from the underprivileged backgrounds will cut it, the report added.

The cake will be prepared by a team of 20 chefs from Atul Bakery, and it will be flavoured with choco-berry.

And guess what! To celebrate the occasion, around 1,000 guitarists will also be present at the event. The music is set to regale the visitors as they will witness this momentous feat themselves.

Now surely, this event promises to be the birthday party of the year!