Hint: It has one thing to do with Tanishq Bagchi’s lately launched ‘Masakali 2.0’.
- Last Updated: April 10, 2020, 9:19 AM IST
Jaipur Police is taking music composer Tanishq Bagchi’s assist to maintain violators of lockdown in examine and we will perceive why.
India is presently underneath 21-day strict lockdown put in place by PM Narendra Modi as a way to break the chain of coronavirus pandemic unfold that has claimed as many as 227 lives within the nation.
What the lockdown primarily means is you keep residence and don’t hit the streets in any respect, thus sustaining social distancing and aiding in containing the unfold of the an infection. Yes, healthcare employees, cops, media individuals amongst others are on the market doing their duties, however the aam janta is instructed to not violate the “Lakshman Rekha” of their houses until, after all, crucial permission from the authorities was supplied to them to move out.
It’s easy. Cops will not prefer it you don’t adhere to lockdown guidelines. In an try to encourage residents to remain residence, Jaipur Police, on Thursday, introduced the “harshest” punishment to these violating the curfew.
Giving their very own twist to lately dropped ‘Masakali 2.0’, Jaipur Police wrote, “If you are unnecessarily roaming outside, we will put you in a room & Play Masakkali 2.0 on loop.”
मत उडियो, तू डरियो
ना कर मनमानी, मनमानी
घर में ही रहियो
ना कर नादानी
ऐ मसक्कली, मसक्कली
The “threat” appears to have labored and netizens praised the authorities for delivering necessary directions with a dose of humour.
Impressive and progressive means of connecting with folks.. Trust, you individuals are our actual life heroes..
— RRajat Bhargava (@BhargavaRrajat) April 9, 2020
super job Rajasthan police ..stick with it
— Dhanesh Bajiya (@dhaneshbajia) April 9, 2020
😂 Here is one other Rahmaniac response on Masakali 2.0@tanishkbagchi keep away from ARR songs…do not ever dare to the touch these classics
— Shrikant Dawankar (@shridawankar) April 9, 2020
Tanishq Bagchi, however, has been on the receiving finish ever since he remixed AR Rahman’s OG ‘Masakali’ from 2009’s Delhi-6.
First, netizens roasted the music composer with brutal memes, then Rahman himself fired photographs at Bagchi in a tweet.
“No short cuts, properly commissioned, sleepless nights, writes and re-writes. Over 200 musicians, 365 days of creative brainstorming with the aim to produce music that can last generations. A team of a Director, a Composer and a Lyricist supported by actors, dance directors and a relentless film crew,” Rahman wrote on his Twitter web page and shared a hyperlink to the unique.