Delhi Traffic Police Ropes In Kareena Kapoor’s ‘Poo’ To Enforce Rules

by Sushmita Mahanta
Delhi Traffic Police Ropes In Kareena Kapoor’s ‘Poo’ To Enforce Rules

Delhi Traffic Police often exposes its quirky side by opting for unique ways to deliver important messages. Recently Kareena Kapoor Khan’s iconic character, Poo from Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham, was roped in by the Police to render the relevance of traffic lights in New Delhi. Must say, serious information when wrapped intelligently with entertainment, reaches the desired public better. The character Poo from Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham is totally a household name. So it is very smart of the Police officials to come up with such a unique idea to grab the attention of the general public in New Delhi. Read on to know more about the video tweeted by Delhi Police that has been garnering all the limelight of late!

Delhi Traffic Police Reveals How Both Poo And The Traffic Lights Like Attention

On July 16, Delhi Traffic Police shared a unique video on Twitter with a quirky caption. The video was actually about following proper traffic rules but Delhi Police gave it a filmy twist. They tweeted the video with the caption, “Who’s that traffic violator? Poo likes attention, and so do the traffic lights! #RoadSafety #SaturdayVibes.”
The tweet is still up and when you play the video it shows a speeding car breaking traffic rules, running past a red light. But as the car crosses the red light, you can see Kareena’s character, Poo, appear on top of the red light. Poo then comes up with her popular, “Kon hai yeh jisne dobara mud ke mujhe nahi dekha” line from Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham.
Take a look:

Earlier, DTP Used Harry Potter And NASA To Render Important Messages

This isn’t the first time Delhi Police is opting for quirky initiatives to deliver extremely helpful messages. Earlier, on Harry Potter Day, Delhi Police shared a meme with J K Rowling`s characters and urged people to follow Covid-19 protocols. Apart from this, on July 12, Delhi Traffic Police used NASA`s deepest and sharpest infrared picture of the universe to impart seat belt rules. Their tweet read, “Drive with a seatbelt on to avoid seeing the stars and the challan”. Must say, these creative ideas used by Delhi Police are truly needed to raise awareness and educate people in India.

Also read: National Police Memorial In Delhi Pays Homage To The Sacrifice Of Police Martyrs


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