Mumbai Police Add Bollywood Twist To Promote Traffic Rules, Uses Peppy Party Songs Urging People Not To Drink And Drive-SEE POST

Mumbai Police uses the parody of Hindi party songs to urge people not to drink and drive under the campaign, ‘Tune on Safety’

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Mumbai Police Add Bollywood Twist To Promote Traffic Rules, Uses Peppy Party Songs Urging People Not To Drink And Drive-SEE POST
Mumbai Police never fails to make headlines and of course, to win our hearts each time it goes creative in spreading awareness. Right from using hilarious memes, film dialogues to making the best use of pop culture elements, Mumbai Police often come up with creative ways to raise awareness regarding a number of issues. Recently, they urged people not to ‘drink and drive’. This time, they delivered their message through the parody of a couple of peppy Hindi songs and it is winning hearts on social media.

Taking to Instagram, Mumbai Police shared a series of pictures to promote traffic rules under the campaign, ‘Tune on Safety’. From referring to the song 'Rum-Whisky' from Vicky Donor to altering the lyrics of Yo Yo Honey Singh’s 'Chaar Botal Vodka', the cops shared four pictures, altering the lyrics of the songs. In order to request people to call for a cab when drunk, they altered the lyrics of ‘Ganpat Chal Daru La’ from ‘Shootout At Lokhandwala’. They used another song ‘Rum-Whisky' to inform people how risky it is to get behind the wheel in an inebriated state.

One creative show they changed the song ‘Sharabi’ from the movie ‘Cocktail’ to advise people to hide their car keys before getting drunk. Mumbai Police also got creative in their caption as they altered the song 'Zara Sa Jhoom Lu Mai' from the Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge. Giving their own twist, Mumbai Police wrote, “Zara Sa Vrooom Loon Main? Arre Na Re Na Re Na!#TunesOfSafety#DontDrinkAndDrive (Alcohol consumption is injurious to health..” 

Netizens are loving Mumbai Police’s witty post and their creative idea to spread awareness about traffic regulations.  Earlier, the police force had used Bollywood dialogue-inspired PSA to raise awareness about Covid-19. Also Read: India Lockdown For 21 Days: Mumbai Police Comes Out With Citizen's Horoscope; A Quirky Way To Tell Citizens Stay At Home






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