Rajasthan Police uses Alia Bhatt’s Kalank meme against drug usage; gets a thumbs up from Varun Dhawan


Rajasthan Police recently posted a tweet on their official social media account against usage of drugs and guess what, they shared a still of Alia Bhatt from Kalank along with it to add weight to their anti-drug campaign. For the unversed, the still with the dialogue, "Humse zyada barbad koi nahi is duniya mein" was an instant hit among the netizens and in fact, was turned into a meme in no time. But unlike other internet users, Rajasthan Police used it for a good cause.

"Stealing money for buying #Drugs? If yes, then the #Kalank of theft & being a drug addict is going to end your happiness. Stop consuming #Drugs or else they’ll consume you. @aliaa08 @karanjohar @Varun_dvn @sonakshisinha @adityaroy @DIPRRajasthan @ashokgehlot51," the tweet read as.


RECOMMENDED READ: Kalank trio, Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan and Sonakshi Sinha make a very modish appearance at an event and you have to see what they are wearing!

Soon after their tweet, Varun Dhawan came out in support of the Rajasthan Police and praised them for their initiative by writing, "Say no to drugs."


Directed by Abhishek Varman, Kalank reunites Varun and Alia on the silver screen. The film, co-produced by Karan Johar under his banner Dharma Productions, also stars Sonakshi Sinha, Sanjay Dutt, Madhuri Dixit-Nene and Aditya Roy Kapur. It is scheduled to release on April 17.