Rajasthan police’s Tweet on Deepika will give you reason to vote this election
The social media team of Rajasthan police uploaded a tweet on their official Twitter handle in which they have used Bollywood’s actress Deepika Padukone’s photograph from the film ‘Om Shanti Om’ and the dialogue ‘Ek chutki Sindoor ki kimat, tum kya jaano Ramesh Babu’
Jaipur: While Deepika Padukone and Ranveer are hogging headlines in the country after they tied the knot, the Rajasthan police is trying to utilize the buzz created by the wedding for a noble cause. The cops here took to Twitter and used a famous dialogue of Deepika Padukone to raise awareness about voting.
The social media team of Rajasthan police uploaded a tweet on their official Twitter handle in which they have used Bollywood’s actress Deepika Padukone’s photograph from the film ‘Om Shanti Om’ and the dialogue ‘Ek chutki Sindoor ki kimat, tum kya jaano Ramesh Babu’ to raise awareness about voting.
Making changes in the dialogue the Rajasthan police’s post says, ‘Yaad h omshantiom ka voh ek chutki vala dialogue? Ek chutki sindoor ki kimat Ramesh Babu jaane ya na jaane, par hamare voters jaante h ki, Democracy ki shaan hota h ek vote, voters ka adhikaar hota h ek vote. On December 7, do cast your vote (Ramesh Babu may not know the value of Sindoor but our voters know the value of one vote. They know that voting is the basis of democracy, and every voter has the right to vote).
“Ek chutki Sinddor or vote dono ki kimat jaante hain hum,” says the picture with Deepika’s face on the twitter handle of Rajasthan police.
The post is gaining popularity among social media users. Elections and DeepVeer wedding are the two most trending topics in the country. Deepika may not even know that she is a part of this innovative campaign in Rajasthan.
This isn’t the first time that Rajasthan Police has given their tweets an innovative twist. They shared an important message on cyber security with a Thugs of Hindostan movie poster just a few days ago.
The official twitter handle of Rajasthan police made out a hilarious Thugs of Hindostan meme to raise awareness about cyber ‘thugs’ (hackers). They shared a poster of Thugs of Hindostan and wrote, ‘Beware of online Thugs’.
The Rajasthan police joined the social platform ‘Twitter’ in September 2017. They have gained many followers since then by their innovative and creative approach to aware people. They are keeping up with youth social media culture of the state. They share important messages by using trending memes and movies among the people on social media.