Mumbai Police Makes Pop Culture Reference In 'drive Safe' Reminder, Twitterati Have Many Things To Say

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The Twitter sass of Mumbai police has been established time and again. This time, the official handle of the Mumbai police took on to the platform, this time with a pop-culture reference.

Written By Aishwaria Sonavane | Mumbai | Updated On:

The Twitter sass of Mumbai police has been established time and again. This time, the official handle of the Mumbai police took on to the platform, this time with a pop-culture reference on November 29.

"Remember: The car is you, you are the car, okay?" 

Leveraging this dialogue from the movie Gone in Sixty Seconds, Mumbai police initiated awareness around driving with responsibility. 

Here is what Twitter has to say- 

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The reference to pop-culture to put forth the campaign of safe driving has been conducted by the page before. Where the handle tweeted 'Quite a hero-like advice by a villain, to avoid your life becoming 'a series of unfortunate events' indeed!'

Mumbai Police has proficient in this culture of imbibing pop-culture in their tweets, let's take a look back some of this amalgamation on Twitter--

 

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