Chandigarh: Daler Mehndi-inspired 'No Parking' Song, Singer Responds

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A sardar cop wins hearts across the nation for his musical car parking instructions, inspired by Daler Mehndi's hit song 'Bolo Ta Ra Ra', gets response.

Written By Manogya Singh | Mumbai | Updated On:

Chandigarh: A sardar cop wins hearts across the nation for his musical car parking instructions, as he uses Daler Mehndi's hit song 'Bolo Ta Ra Ra' to alert public about the vehicle parking. The video featuring the melodious cop singing the traffic rules version of 'Bolo Ta Ra Ra' has gone viral all over the internet.  

 ASI Bhupinder Singh, the man who made policing fun!

As per reports, the cop featured in the viral video is ASI Bhupinder Singh, who's unique yet creative idea has made him an internet sensation overnight. In the video, which appeared online a few days ago, he holds a microphone and sings in Punjabi, warning commuters to not park on the road. Bhupinder seems to be standing on road side and singing the traffic rules and the repercussions of parking at the wrong spot with the song playing in the background. His catchy 'No Parking' song has created a huge buzz on social media. 

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 Mr Mehndi shares the video on Instagram

The legendary Mr Mehndi himself shared the video on Instagram and Twitter, informing how proud he feels that his music was featured to inspire people to follow traffic rules. He captioned his post stating that he is glad that his music was used productively. The video has been viewed thousands of times since it was shared online three days ago by Daler Mehndi, and people can't stop raving about Mr Singh's 'No Parking' song. 

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"Mr Mehndi make the world a more fun place to be!" wrote one user on Mr Mehndi's Instagram post. "Hahahaha this is too good," wrote a person on Twitter, while another added "This is just brilliant." The video has raked in over 16,000 views on Instagram alone.

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