There is no doubt that Mumbai Police’s social media game is extremely strong. They perfectly tap the current trends in their tweets and posts to shell out advice on traffic rules and being safe. Once again they have warned the people against cyber phishing attempts by successfully incorporating the title track of Deepika Padukone, Siddhant Chaturvedi, Ananya Panday and Dhairya Karwa’s Gehraiyaan.
The official social media handle of Mumbai Police has asked people to be “cyber-safe” and not to share their OTPs, or one-time password or else their money will surely go “Haan doobey, haan doobey, haan doobey.” The song depicts the intimate and forbidden relationship between the two protagonists but Mumbai Police successfully turned into a warning for everyone to not take cyber security lightly.
Haan doobey, haan doobey, haan doobey:
Your money after you share your OTP!
— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) February 22, 2022
Sharing Deepika and Siddhant’s still from the song Doobey, the Mumbai Police wrote, “Haan doobey, haan doobey, haan doobey: Your money after you share your OTP! Be aware. Be cyber safe. #GeheriHaiCyberSafety #CyberSafety #CyberCrime.”
Netizens were highly impressed. Check out some of the tweets below:
Aap log bhi gane ka promotion karte ho kya
— Nitesh (@Nitesh86037559) February 22, 2022
— Rafi Momin (@rs_rafi) February 22, 2022
— Aniket Vinita Kolambkar (@AayVeeKay) February 22, 2022
awesome meme police
— PKMKB (@PappuKiLeLo) February 22, 2022
— Vikas Verma (@vvansh232) February 22, 2022