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MUMBAI POLICE'S TWIST TO JHANVI'S DIALOGUE: DEETS BELOW

By Mukul Arora . 22nd June 2018 11:30pm
MUMBAI POLICE'S TWIST TO JHANVI'S DIALOGUE: DEETS BELOW

Mumbai police is known to use social media as a popular marketing tool to aware people about traffic rules and necessary precautions. They have done one-liners from Bollywood movies, puzzles and funny GIF's to share their message with the public. Latest post which is making rounds on the internet are from Jhanvi Kapoor-Ishaan Khatter starrer Dhadak. The picture reads; Kya naatak kar raha hai, mujhe dekh kyun nahi raha. [caption id="attachment_40319" align="alignnone" width="508"] source/Twitter[/caption] a tweet posted by Mumbai Police's official Twitter handle read; “Don’t underestimate the emotional quotient of traffic signals!! And their e-challan is anyways not too happy with your relationship.” In the picture, there is a traffic signal and by doing this Mumbai police is trying to make people aware of traffic rules. In the movie 'Dhadak', Jhanvi is confronting Ishaan for not giving her any attention and Mumbai Police has used it to tell people how skipping a traffic signal can affect your life. The hilarious meme got mixed reactions from the public, some of the tweets read; a user named @pavankajhonka Tweeted:

'Can’t believe your twitter handle could be that goddamn funny & creatively appealing at the same time! Kudos!!'

[caption id="attachment_40322" align="alignnone" width="505"] source/twitter[/caption] Another user @deadlypoisondp Tweeted 'Mumbai Police's creativity at its best'. [caption id="attachment_40323" align="alignnone" width="506"] source/twitter[/caption] A user took this conversation to another level where he tweeted

'Hahahaha To all the Directors of Bollywood, start re-shooting every scene of ur movies coz you never know when @MumbaiPolice will cut & paste your scene in a hilarious way. Bdw, your msg has been delivered to us Keep Rocking'

[caption id="attachment_40324" align="alignnone" width="509"] source/twitter[/caption] This is not the first time when Mumbai Police has used any film scene or a dialogue for a social cause, earlier their IT expert used a popular dialogue by Daisy Shah for a campaign related to online security.