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'Hero Nahi Banne Ka': Delhi Police Uses Rohit Sharma's Funny Video To Raise Awareness About Helmets – News18


Last Updated: February 26, 2024, 13:12 IST

Delhi Police reshared Rohit Sharma’s video. (Photo Credits: Twitter)

Rohit Sharma, during Day 3 of the India vs England Test match, was seen schooling young batter Sarfaraz Khan for not wearing a helmet.

A spontaneous moment witnessed on Day 3 of the fourth Test match between India and England in Ranchi has turned out to become the talking point on the internet. During the match, Indian cricket team skipper Rohit Sharma was seen schooling youngster Sarfaraz Khan for not wearing a helmet. In a video going viral on social media, Rohit after asking Sarfaraz to field at the silly noticed that the young batter came without the helmet.

Very quick to point it out, Rohit was heard giving an earful to Sarfaraz and said, “Aye bhai, hero nahi banne ka,” thus prompting the 12th man to hand him over the helmet.

The brief encounter between the two players immediately went viral, catching the attention of everyone including the Delhi Police. The city police took a quick inspiration to generate awareness about wearing helmets on roads. Known for its amusing tricks to sensitise people about various road safety matters, Delhi Police’s latest social media post is really on point and will definitely leave you cracking up.

Resharing the video on its social media handle, the Delhi Police wrote, “Two-wheeler par hero nahi banne ka! Hamesha helmet pehenne ka!”

Social media users also dropped hilarious reactions to the video. “My Captain Spreading Awareness,” a user wrote, while another one wrote, “Rohit Sharma should be the brand ambassador Delhi police.”

“Absolute genius delhi police always convey there informative messages through unique way of currently happening…”, a third one commented.

Another person wrote, “Rohit Sharma truly sounds like a policeman from Mumbai,” while another user commented, “Just Rohit Sharma casually dropping new gems, every single day of play.”

The post has so far gained over 280K views followed by more than 10,000 likes and several comments. Notably, this is not the first time that the city police have taken inspiration from the Indian cricket team. Earlier during the 203 ICC Cricket World Cup, Delhi Police in reaction to Mohammed Shami’s incredible performance in the tournament shared a post asking Mumbai police to not book Shami for his “assault.”

In an even more hilarious comeback, the Mumbai Police reshared the post and wrote, “You missed pressing charges of stealing innumerable hearts @DelhiPolice and listing a couple of co-accused too P.S.: Dear citizens, both the departments know the IPC thoroughly and trust you for a great sense of humour.”



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