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Mumbai Police following trends is no surprise; 'How's the Josh' from Uri is their new witty pick

Going trendy: Mumbai Police social media team uses Uri: The Surgical Strike's most viral dialogue - ‘How’s the josh?’ to raise awareness about cybersecurity. See the post!

Written by: India TV Buzz Desk, New Delhi [ Published on: January 24, 2019 13:27 IST ]

 Mumbai Police following trends is no surprise; 'How's the Josh' from Uri is their new witty pick

While Vicky Kaushal and Yami Gautam starrer Uri: The Surgical Strike refuse to slow down even in its second week of release in terms of its box office collection, the popular dialogue of the film is becoming even more popular. "How's the Josh?" this is what Vicky Kaushal who is playing a Major in the film keeps asking his soldiers in this war-drama. Since the film's release, this dialogue is going viral all over the internet. At an event recently, even Prime Minister Narendra Modi began his inaugural speech with this dialogue.

Now, Mumbai Police using this dialogue for their witty tweets is no surprise. Mumbai Police social media team has made the most of the buzz around this iconic dialogue by sharing a recent post on cybersecurity.

To answer the question asked on the tweet, “Q) What are the chances of my weak password getting hacked? Ans),” a GIF of Kaushal was posted along with the response, as seen in the movie, “High Sir.” The post has gone viral on social media with over 11 thousand views.

The tweet also reached actor Yami Gautam, who retweeted it with a caption, “Hahahaha @MumbaiPolice #HowsTheJosh”.

Prior to Mumbai police, Nagpur police had also shared a meme using the same dialogue.

The movie had also inspired several memes and jokes after its releases.

Uri: The Surgical Strike is a directorial project of Aditya Dhar and was released on January 11.

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