Baahubali 2 fever grips Mumbai Police, tweets about #BahubaliOfTrafficDiscipline

Nithya Nair
Taking a cue from 'Baahubali 2: The Conclusion' Mumbai police has something important for its people.

Baahubali is ruling the hearts of Indians today. SS Rajamouli’s directorial movie is riding high at the Box Office like no other movie. While everyone in the country is curious to know ‘Why Kattappa Killed Baahubali’ Mumbai Police seems equally excited. Taking a cue from ‘Baahubali 2: The Conclusion’ the city police has something important for its people. And why not it is Baahubali time in the country. Mumbai police used the excitement around the movie to ask a question to people as important as ‘Kattappa ne Baahubali ko kyu mara?’ Mumbai Police tweeted saying that it is also important to know, ‘Why don’t people follow traffic rules’. With a picture of Prabhas (Baahubali) walking on Mumbai roads amidst traffic, the city police’s tweet has been hailed by citizens.

With the hashtag ‘#BahubaliOfTrafficDiscipline’ Mumbai Police like away took the creative way to imbibe traffic rules in its people. The tweet received has received 3,000 likes and over 1,000 retweets in a day. People on Twitter seemed ecstatic how the police force found a creative way to talk about traffic rules using a current trend. However, many Twitter users went on to comment about roads filled with potholes and bribes. While one of the social media user commented saying, “Hi Mumbai Police.. Whole India patiently waited for one year for this answer.. You too wait a little more.” Baahubali 2 rules Google Search with ISRO and Jonty Rhodes! Search giant comes up with an entertaining story

Here is what Mumbai Police tweeted:

Mumbai Police has over 2.6 million followers on Twitter and is popular for the use puns and funny one-liners to catch people’s attention.  Last year when Coldplay visited India, Mumbai Police had caught the social media’s eyeballs with their tweet which read, “If someone violates ur legal rights, intimidates & causes fright, we will ‘Try To Fix You’ #TogetherForABetterWorld”.