I am glad that my music is used by Traffic police to inspire people to follow rules.— Daler Mehndi (@dalermehndi) October 17, 2019
Happiness Means Daler Mehndi
Celebration Means Daler Mehndi
Thank you for your love and Support#DalerMehndi #BoloTaRaRaRa @trafficchd @ssptfcchd pic.twitter.com/1fUZMmCNkt
Daler Mehndi’s ‘Bolo Ta Ra Ra Ra’ is still among one of the most popular party bangers. Well, you just can’t be the same shy person once you hear it because it’s too peppy for anyone to not to shake a leg. And if you happen to check out its video on YouTube, you will realise the amount of fan following this particular song has, even today, especially abroad. No kidding! Well, you must be thinking what makes us talk about this Daler Mehndi song today, so, let us tell it’s all due to a Chandigarh-based cop and his version of Bolo Ta Ra Ra Ra!
Taking to his Instagram, the singer shared a hilarious video of a police officer from Chandigarh, who could be seen singing and dancing to Bolo Ta Ra Ra Ra, albeit in his own style. The video sees the cop spreading awareness to people about parking their cars on the right spot and beware of the towing cranes that pick up vehicles parked illegally. “Bolo ta ra ra ra gaddi nu crane lae gai,” sang the cop as he also grooved to beats of this popular Punjabi number. (Also read - Sonu Nigam Prayed For Kumar Sanu To Not Show Up At RD Burman's Studio During 1942: A Love Story Recording Session; Throwback Thursday)
Check out the video below:
An elated Daler Mehndi expressed his excitement on the same by writing, “I am glad that my music is used by Traffic police to inspire people to follow rules. Happiness Means Daler Mehndi. Celebration Means Daler Mehndi. Thank you for your love and Support,” in his caption. Fans, too, seemed to approve of this video and their reactions were proof!
image source: thesacred.in, twitter/dalermehndi
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