From politicians, movie stars to cricketers, the â€œPawri ho rhi haiâ€ trend was a hit with almost everyone who watched the video. And the latest to join the viral trend is Delhi Police, who shared an on-trend tweet after raiding a restaurant servingÂ hookah in the city.
In a series of tweets, the official handle of Delhi Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police posted a picture of seized Hookah, which have been banned by the Delhi government, along with a caption that read, â€œYehe Hum hain.. Yehe Hooke Hain.. Aur ab Pawri nahi ho rahi hai (This is us, these are hookahs and the now no party is going on).â€
Seizing 24 hookahs from the restaurant-bar located in Rajouri Garden, they concluded the tweet with a warning that read, â€œSome Pawris are not only injurious to health they are illegal too.â€
â€” Addl DCP-I WEST DISTT (@i_addl) March 7, 2021
Since being shared online, the Delhi Police post has gone viral on social media with many amused by the social media teamâ€™s use of the viral trend.
Itâ€™s very good step by our police officers
â€” Aayush Kumar (@iamaayush11) March 7, 2021
I just love police in its full mood..
â€” Prashant Gupta (@pg6668) March 7, 2021
Yeh Hum hainâ€¦.
Yeh Humari Delhi Police Haiâ€¦.
Aur ab Nashediyo ki kutai O Rai haiâ€¦.
â€” Sachin Arora (@Sachinarora_IND) March 7, 2021
Should have been a video clip too !!
â€” Subhash WXYZ (@SubhashG5156) March 7, 2021
For those of you who donâ€™t know, the â€œpawriâ€ trend began when Pakistani content creator Dananeer posted a video of partying with her friends. Post the virality of the video, music composer Yashraj Mukhate tweaked the original video and gave a peppy musical twist to it. Here, take a look:
Later, netizens also borrowed the pawri girlâ€™s catchy line and came up with their own â€œpawriâ€ memes and jokes.