The official Twitter handle of Mumbai Police has got a huge fan following and a lot of credit for the same goes to the witty and humorous tweets made by them. They make sure not to miss any chance of using trending topics in their tweets that are focused on making people aware on the need of maintaining law and order.
Bollywood has a special place in the hearts of Indians and majority of the citizens love to watch Hindi movies. Earlier also, Mumbai Police used filmy situations or songs for making tweets and this time, they have used some reel names with specifically drawn posters that depict the real lessons for life.
This poster very clearly tells that a person should not drive after drinking liquor otherwise he can go from a safe state to a sorry state. The poster shows two cars and a bottle of liquor between them, the first car is the one in which the driver is not drunk while in the second one, the car had an accident as the driver has consumer liquor.
They shared the poster with caption, “When behind the steering, inebriate is the worst ‘state’ to be in. #ReelNamesRealLessons”
— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) November 1, 2018
Jab Harry Met Sejal:
Bollywood movies usually have happy endings and the hero and heroine are shown to live happily ever after but Mumbai Police told people that the couple will ride happily ever after if they both wear helmets.
The caption that they wrote while sharing this poster is, “When Harry Met Sejal, both put on their helmets, and rode happily and safely ever after #ReelNamesRealLessons”
— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) November 2, 2018
Hamari Adhuri Kahani:
Most of the accidents take place because of the carelessness of drivers and loss of lives can be reduced to a great extent if people start following safety rules, such as wearing seat belts while driving. Your story will get completed only if you wear seat belts otherwise it will be incomplete (Adhuri).
They shared it with caption, “You can ensure living happily every after #ReelNamesRealLessons #WearASeatBelt”
— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) November 3, 2018
Twitter praised Mumbai Police for their creativity and wit and this is how they reacted:
M from Kolkata but following ur page.. Hats off to you guys for being accurate and innovative all the time..
— harsh (@harsh_kataria2) November 2, 2018
U r always so innovative.. Great job.
— kalpita (@PatilKalpita) November 2, 2018
Hahaha. Nice depiction. Like the creative marketing for safety. Good job 👍
— Ram Iyer (@ram_EMAIndia) November 3, 2018
They are some really cool lessons, aren’t they?