Since the time Vicky Kaushal's 'Uri: The Surgical Strike' has been up on theatres, people are obsessed with the dialogue, 'How's the Josh?' Responding to which you say 'High, sir' just as the commandos say in the movie in response to Vicky Kaushal aka Major Vihan Shergill. However, the Mumbai Police being the witty Mumbai Police on Twitter that they always are, posted a hilarious 'How's the Josh' reference meme with an epic message. Mumbai police's twitter account is quite popular for putting out advisories and important messages in the most hilarious and relatable way possible. This time includes our heartthrob, Vicky Kaushal's 'How's the josh?' reference.
Take a look at the teet made by Mumbai Police's twitter handle.
Q) What are the chances of my weak password getting hacked?
— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) January 23, 2019
The tweet was received with epic responses from Twiteratti. Have a look.
Thank you so much @MumbaiPolice for using #URI reference so beautifully! Hope you find more dialogues and scenes from #URI to help you with all the other important causes! Jai Hind! 🙏🇮🇳@vickykaushal09 @yamigautam @RonnieScrewvala @RSVPMovies
— Aditya Dhar (@AdityaDharFilms) January 23, 2019
Gujrat police should take some cues?
— Chikoo (@CP_Chikoo) January 23, 2019
We surely agree with that!
Your team has set some benchmark in social media. Hope that others take a cue and up their game. Best wishes!
— Sonia Minocha (@SoniaMinochka) January 23, 2019
Mumbai Police playing it so well!
Amazing way to spread awareness among the youth.... In today's world meme's are the best way to spread some news...
Now the days of gossiping aunties spreading news are gone... 😂 😂 😂
— Murtaza Bhiwandiwala (@kingmurtu) January 23, 2019
Hilariously innovative way of spreading awareness....
Take a bow...
Jai Hind ❤🇮🇳
— Abhilash Nair (@AbhilashhNair) January 23, 2019
How can you be so good ! I need to meet who handles this Account & congratulate on great use of popular things ! Well done
— sumit gunturkar (@gunturkarsumit) January 23, 2019
Can we arrange a meeting with the people who handle Mumbai Police's social media, like RIGHT AWAY!
This is humorous! Whoever is handling this account is awesome and witty!
— Monalisa Patro (@Monalisa_Patro) January 23, 2019
Like everyone else we also have fallen in love with Mumbai Police's Twitter account. We cannot wait to see more such quirky yet informational content from Mumbai Police. What say?