After Race 3, Mumbai Police Uses Dhadak’s Dialogue To Create Awareness For Traffic Signal

We have seen many people breaking the traffic rules and the police have taken appropriate action against those offenders. However, lately, social media has become a big help to make more and more people aware of how important it is to follow the traffic rules.

Well, Mumbai police are definitely doing their duties properly but they have found a new way to improve the public and the way they function. Hence, instead of giving warnings and giving dhamkis, they have found a new way to improve the riders.

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The Mumbai Police made use of the trending dialogue of Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter's upcoming film Dhadak, to make people aware of how important the traffic rules are and express the ’emotional quotient of traffic signals’.

Mumbai Police twitter handle gave it their twist and wrote: “Don’t underestimate the emotional quotient of traffic signals!! And their e-challan is anyways not too happy with your relationship.”

However, before this Mumbai police also used famous Chai Pi Lo as 'Hello Fraaands! Helmet pehan lo'

As well as, we have also witnessed the famous dialogue of Race 3 'Our Business Is Our Business, None of Your Business' into a modified version of Mumbai Police for data safety. They said: Mind your own data to make sure that no one else takes advantage of it to beat you in the #RaceOfSafety

Well, it is the really very good initiative to teach people!

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by Admin | Fri, Jun 22 - 04:02 PM

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