Inspired by Gully Boy, Assam Police comes up with rap warning web users against Internet scams

Not only the rhyme, but Assam Police also tweaked the Gully Boy poster

FP Staff February 14, 2019 13:32:07 IST
Inspired by Gully Boy, Assam Police comes up with rap warning web users against Internet scams

Gully Boy's soundtrack is being praised all across the board. Featuring Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt, the film's songs are already arousing a sense of awareness among the general public about the changing rap music scene in India. Capitalising on this, the Assam Police tweeted out a message warning people against online fraud with a rap inspired from Gully Boy's Mere Gully Mein.

Assam Police not only put out a rhyme but also tweaked the Gully Boy poster to depict a similar one, which says 'Gullible Boy'. The caption for the innovative poster read, "Jab Jab Internet Par Scam Kiya Jayega — Aapna Time Aayega" capitalising on Gully Boy's popular catchphrase. Twitterati seemed impressed with the effort and lauded the Assam Police.

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