A young artist from Assam's Chirang district has created an image of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput using 31,000 nails to mark his first death anniversary.
The artist, a Sushant Rajput fan, called it his tribute to the actor who was found dead at his Mumbai home last year.
Saurav Mondal took eight days to complete the image and spent five hours a day setting the nails.
Mr Mondal had earlier set a record as an exceptional artist by drawing portraits of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and legendary singer Bhupen Hazarika using his mouth. He took just 7 minutes 55 seconds to make both.
Sourav's interest for art began in his childhood. He wanted to be an artist but he had to give up his passion midway after passing school.
His name was registered in the Indian Book of Records on December 24. He got a certificate and a medal.
He was also invited by the World Records University in the UK to pursue a doctorate programme and write a thesis about his art form.
Sushant Singh Rajput's death was followed by multiple investigations, which are still going on. He starred in many Bollywood movies, including "MS Dhoni: The Untold Story", based on the life of the cricketer.
His last movie was "Dil Bechara", which released last year in July after his death.