Ranveer Singh is a power packet. Right from his energy level, his social media banter with his wife and co-stars to his quirky style of fashion, everything about him is simply infectious, admit it or not but you definitely can’t ignore him. Recently, this guy graced at the leading fashion magazine Vogue, for that, the Padmaavaat actor even shared a few photos of himself on his social media handle, completely leaving us in lovestruck. However, our attention was not just limited to his drool-worthy looks, thanks to his photo caption, we couldn’t help but notice it. But it looks like we are not the only ones who are enjoying his captions even Nagpur Police is enjoying them too.
Well, amongst all the photos, Ranveer shared a photo of himself where he is seen posing with traditional phone and he used Govinda’s epic song, What Is Mobile Number’s lyrics for his caption. He wrote, “Whattis mobile number? Whattis your smile number? Whattis your style number? करूँ क्या dial number?” As we were thinking what an amazing caption to put, little did we know that Nagpur Police’s response to it will kill us all. Well, after the post was made, it caught Nagpur Police’s attention and they quickly replied or subtly reminded him about the helpline number and said ‘dial 100’. Must say, creativity level is par excellence. Check out their response below:
Not just Nagpur Police, RPF Delhi Division and Uttar Pradesh Police also noticed Ranveer's quirky post and couldn't help but respond to it and it is simply hilarious. Delhi division tweeted, "Plz Call 182 the All India Railway's Security Help Line." While the latter one tweeted, "@RanveerOfficial, you don't need to ask for different numbers. Just remember one number '112' for any emergency help!" Their savage reply simply floored us.
Plz Call 182 the All India Railway's Security Help Line 😃🤣 https://t.co/fj1w6OFcwM— RPF Delhi Division (@RPFNRDLI) November 6, 2019
This is not the first time where the police officers have showed their creativity level. Recently, when Aamir Khan and Salman Khan’s Andaz Apna Apna completed 25 years, Maharashtra Police gave them a tribute in the most hilarious way. They shared a small scene from the film as a message against triple-seat riding, they wrote, “Don't drive triple-seat and be a 'kachcha khiladi.' #DriveResponsibly #AndazApnaApna #25YearsOfAndazApnaApna.”
They often make memes that go viral in order to convey messages and we are sure this will certainly break the internet.
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