SRK lauds Assam police to use his pose for road safety
Guwahati: Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan has appreciated the use of his signature romantic pose of outstretched arms by the Assam Police to create traffic awareness in the state.
Responding to an Assam police officer's tweet, Shah Rukh, popularly known as 'Badshah of Bollywood', tweeted yesterday "the best message I think this pose has conveyed. Please please follow traffic rules."
Jalukbari ACP Ponjit Dowerah had on Thursday on his twitter handle posted a graphic with the message: "The universal pose of @iamsrk has touched all down the ages, but please read the message also #FollowTrafficRules @MorigaonPolice @Darrangpol @cachar_police @KamrupPolice".
The graphic has a silhouette of 'King Khan' with one of his outstretched hands holding a placard reading "Traffic niyam ka kripaya palan kare" (please follow traffic rules) and a vehicle with a driver in front.
The Assam Police has been using the social media to create awareness about social issues and also on road safety.