Police Assam uses Srk’s signature pose to convey traffic guidelines; gets lauded by Shah Rukh Khan too

Police Assam uses Srk’s signature pose to convey traffic guidelines; gets lauded by Shah Rukh Khan too

July 28, 2018 0 By mansoor

SRK to lauded the initiative.

We can’t consider any Bollywood fan who hasn’t attempted at least once to do the signature Shah Rukh Khan move: the nonchalant arms open wide pose. Whereas the filmy pose is commonly utilized by younger lovers to cross their message of love, one police officer from Assam gave it a twist. Utilizing his iconic pose on a poster, the cop urged residents to follow traffic guidelines, hitting the right chord.

Interpreting the gesture as a request by Shah Rukh Khan to others, the poster acknowledged, “Traffic niyam ka kripaya palan kare (Please obey the traffic rules).”  The photograph was shared on Twitter by Ponjit Dowarah, Assistant Commissioner of Police, Jalukbari, city  Guwahati — and obtained thumbs up by the users of the micro-blogging website, lauding him for utilizing his signature move for a better and pertinent cause.

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The move was not only appreciated by Twitterati users but also by the person himself. Sharing the poster on his Twitter handle, Shah Rukh Khan wrote, “The best message I think this pose has conveyed. Please please follow traffic rules.”

Echoing the identical thought, the social media workforce of Assam Police gave it an extra twist by incorporating well-known dialogue from Kuch Kuch Hota Hai. Giving a twist to KKHH dialogue, ‘Kuch-kuch hota hai Rahul, tum nahi samjhoge’, they wrote, “Traffic niyamon ka paalan nahin karne se kuchkuch nahin, bahut kuch hota hai… (Not something but a lot can happen when not following traffic rules),” they wrote on-line thanking SRK for his support.

Here’s how Twitterati users response to it:

 

 

How come no one thought of this earlier ? ; to put #ShahRukhKhan signature pose to great use. ? Well done Ponjit Dowarah ! & What nice appreciation from the Man himself. — Manju Mathur. (@manjumathur1) July 27, 2018

Earlier this week, Police Assam Police were also praised on-line by stopping a woman from committing suicide after her Fb standing was noticed by their on-line security wing.