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Mumbai police gives a twist to Janhvi Kapoor’s Dhadak dialogue and Twitterati can’t stop laughing

Mumbai Police replaces Janhvi’s face in a scene in Dhadak with that of traffic lights to teach people about the importance of following traffic rules.

Written by: India TV Buzz Desk, New Delhi [ Updated: June 22, 2018 15:44 IST ]
Image Source : TWITTER/MUMBAI POLICE

Mumbai police gives a twist to Janhvi Kapoor’s Dhadak dialogue

Undoubtedly, Mumbai Police’s twitter handle is funnier than any stand-up comedian in the country. After proving that they are the coolest cats out there with their most popular ‘Our Business’ dialogue meme from Race 3, they have given an emotional twist to another famous Bollywood dialogue. This time Mumbai Police picked Janhvi Kapoor’s dialogue from Dhadak and used it to teach people about traffic rules.

The scene where Janhvi is questioning Ishaan saying, “Kya natak kar raha hai, mujhe dekh kyun nahi raha?’, Mumbai Police replaces Janhvi’s face with that of traffic lights and shared the picture with the caption, “Don’t underestimate the emotional quotient of traffic signals!! And their e-challan is anyways not too happy with your relationship #TrafficSignalMatters.” Isn’t it hilarious?

This left Twitterati to laugh out loud and they shared their funny reactions in the most creative ways. Praises pour in from all corners for the Mumbai Police for their wit and humour. In case you are wondering what all Tweeple said, have a good look here!

Well, it won’t be wrong to say that Mumbai Police is the best when it comes to making memes and putting out the right message in the most hilarious way. They have earlier done this with many trending topics, memes or filmy dialogues. It is hard to get off their Twitter handle once you have a look at it. So here are 10 best Mumbai Police tweets that proved they are the ‘coolest cats’ in town.

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