Have you heard the most recent mashup of Rasode mein kaun tha-famed content creator Yashraj Mukhate, Pawri Hori Hai? Yashraj has created a mashup of a video posted by Pakistani Instagram star Dananeer Mobeen. In the video, Dananeer says, “Ye Hamari Car Hai, Aur Ye Hum Hain, Aur Ye Hamari Pawri Hori Hai.” Yashraj took this up as the pickup line for his mashup and composed the remix with groovy beats. As it went viral on social media, the UP Police too got creative and put forward an important message using the pawri or party idea. A tweet by the UP Police reads, “Ye hum hain aur hamari car hain, Agar late night Pawri aapko disturb kar rehi hain toh, Yeh humara number hain 112.” Now, isn’t that super quirky?
— Call 112 (@112UttarPradesh) February 14, 2021
Pawri Disturbing You? Call 112: UP Police
Are you also tapping your feet to the trending Pawri Hori Hai mashup by Yashraj Mukhate? The UP Police just caught the right trend. The cops have addressed the issue of highly loud and annoying late night parties and have told the people to contact 112 if these parties disturb them. The caption of the post reads, “Late night #PawriHoRahiHai aur aap disturb ho rahe toh call karein 112”. The department has used the hashtag #PawriHoRahiHai to draw the attention of the netizens to the message.
The Post Has Garnered Praises From The Internet
The police department made the post on Valentine’s Day 2021 at 3:51 PM. And within a day, it has garnered around 6.9K likes and 2.2K comments. The creativity of the department has impressed Twitter users a lot. One user wrote, “Nailed it, I swear.” Another user wrote, “I think UP Police should be given award especially the people’s behind this… well done sir/mam…Trends ko apne liye istemal karna koi inse seekhe(with all due respect you guys are doing a great work) we all are proud of UP Police.” Yet another commented, “UP Police is emerging these days as the best ones in the country. Kudos!” What’s your say on this amazing take on the trend?