Mumbai Police Uses Epic Scene From 3 Idiots For Cyber Safety Awareness. The Tweet Is Bang On Target

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Mumbai Police is pretty active on social media and now they have a reputation of making classy tweets in which they make people laugh along with conveying their message.

Recently, Mumbai Police tweeted a video from Aamir Khan starrer “3 Idiots” in which he writes ‘FARHANITRATE and PRERAJULISATION’ on board and asks everyone in the class to tell in 30 seconds the meaning of these two words.

He even allows them to use their books to find out the answer. If you have watched the movie, there is no chance that you don’t remember this scene.

This was exactly the same message by the Mumbai police as in the age of digitalisation when every transaction is being made online, we need to be careful while keeping a password and it should be such that no one should have heard about it or be able to guess it.

Many people are robbed daily in the country despite the fact that police, government and banks have constantly been making appeals to the customers not to share their passwords and OTPs with anyone.

Mumbai Police tweeted, “Choose a password no one has ever heard of, nor will ever be able to find out about #DontBeAnIdiot #CyberSafety”

Check out the tweet:

Click here to watch this video directly on Twitter

Twitterati also loved the creativity of Mumbai Police and this is how people reacted:

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Well, Mumbai Police is bang on target once again, isn’t it?

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