Gurugram Traffic Police’s ‘Dus bahane’ tweet leaves netizens in splits
By: Trends Desk | New Delhi | Published: February 21, 2020 11:05:33 pm Maintaining the three-picture meme template, the cops used photos of a man riding a bike without a helmet; a traffic police seeing him and the catastrophe — he getting a...
Joining the popular Dus Bahane 2.0 meme challenge, the Gurugram Traffic Police is winning the internet with its ace meme-game online. Using the line from the Baaghi 3 song, “I looked at you, you looked at me, aur hogayi mushkil (then it led to catastrophe)”, the traffic police force reminded people not to ride a bike without a helmet.
Maintaining the three-picture meme template, the cops, on their Twitter handle, used photos of a man riding a bike without a helmet; a traffic police seeing him and the catastrophe — he getting a challan for the violation of safety rule.
— Gurugram Traffic Police (@TrafficGGM) February 21, 2020
Netizens, who have been seeing multiple entries for the latest Bollywood meme challenge, loved the humour of the cops. Many joined in the conversation with punny takes using lines from the song, which is a new version of the 2005 hit.
I wonder challan kiska kaata
Without helmet or standing at zebra crossing
Or both ?