John Abraham Pays Tribute To Late Woman Biker Veenu Paliwal

13/04/2016 4:57 PM IST | Updated 15/07/2016 8:26 AM IST
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GREATER NOIDA, INDIA MARCH 27: Bollywood actor John Abraham during the launch of Logix City Center and PVR Superplex on March 27, 2016 in Greater Noida, India. Speaking at the launch, Shakti Nath, Chairman and MD, Logix Group, said, Spread over six acres, City Center has been designed to become India’s premier shopping and entertainment hub. It is a destination in itself, housing the best of national and international retail brands, F&B outlets and will provide a superb movie experience, making Noida the newest entertainment capital of the country. Well-known real estate company Logix Group launched Logix City Center, a one-stop lifestyle destination for customers of all ages, in Noida’s sector 32. City dwellers can also look forward to a superb entertainment option with the newly-launched PVR Superplex which includes formats such as IMAX, 4DX, Atmos, Gold Class and Playhouse all under one roof for the very first time in India. While John launched the 4DX, Kareena and Arjun inaugurated the Gold Class auditoriums. (Photo by Waseem Gashroo/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)

On Tuesday, Veenu Paliwal, one of the leading woman bikers in the country, passed away after a tragic road accident.

The "Lady of the Harley", was on a motorcycle trip from Kashmir to Kanyakumari with her companion Dipesh Tanwar, when the mishap occurred.

Bollywood actor John Abraham , whose passion for bikes is well known, paid tribute to Paliwal the same day.

The Rocky Handsome actor shared two pictures of the noted woman biker on Twitter and said, "My heart goes out to Veenu Paliwal. May her soul RIP. From a fellow biker. Respect."

Abraham, during a September 2014 interview with The Times Of India, had spoken at length about his love for bikes. He also shared a memory from his past saying, "I cried when I sold my first bike. It hurt me a lot."

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