'Gully Boy' to #SillyBoy: Mumbai Police gives lesson with meme
While the trailer garnered 18 million views in less than 24 hours, it also started a meme fest on social media.
Among the meme creators were the quick-witted Mumbai Police, who quickly picked up a scene from the trailer and imparted a lesson.
Mind you, it's savage.
Mumbai-Police uses 'Gully Boy' scene for promoting road-safety
Mumbai Police creates meme out of Alia's 'Mar Jayega Tu'
Mumbai Police, known for being on point in their game, once again impressed us with their humorous yet meaningful lesson.
And, the caption read, "When he argues to ride a motorcycle without wearing helmet," and added the hashtag #SillyBoy.
Love Mumbai news?
Stay updated with the latest happenings.
Netizens loved Mumbai Police's creativity, lauded their Twitter account handler
Needless to say, netizens were left in splits after reading the post.
Many applauded the social-media team of Mumbai Police as one wrote, "Some give this account handler a salary hike."
Another comment said, "Wonderful creativity. A pat for Mumbai police team who manages this Twitter handle."
Meanwhile, others found their digital use brilliant as one wrote, "The Digital awareness Level 100% by @MumbaiPolice."
Nagpur City Police joins bandwagon, teaches civic lessons through banter
However, it wasn't just Mumbai Police, who made a good use of the trailer.
Nagpur City Police too came with something funny yet noteworthy.
They tweeted another picture of Ranveer from the trailer, where he's inside a car saying, "Apna Time Aayega (My time will come)."
And, the caption read, "When you are frustrated with the long countdown at the Traffic Signal."