“Shah Rukh Khan’s Jawan Sparks Innovative Cybersecurity Message from Nagpur Police”

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Nagpur Police Utilize Shah Rukh Khan's Jawan to Promote Cyber Safety

As Shah Rukh Khan’s much-anticipated movie, Jawan, hit theaters on September 7, 2023, it sparked a wave of excitement among fans. However, it wasn’t just the film’s release that caught the public’s attention; it was also an ingenious move by the Nagpur Police that drew admiration from netizens.

Ever since the trailer for Jawan was unveiled on August 31, social media has been buzzing with discussions about the film. Taking advantage of this buzz, the Nagpur Police used Shah Rukh Khan’s character from Jawan to disseminate a crucial message about cyber safety.

In a cleverly crafted tweet on September 6, the Nagpur City Police shared an image of Shah Rukh Khan in different looks from the movie, accompanied by a witty caption: “Jab aap aise passwords rakhte ho na, toh koi bhi fraudster tik nahi sakta [When you keep passwords like this, no fraudster can succeed].” The police department then compared Khan’s various appearances to setting different passwords for different online accounts to enhance security.

The text on the image read: “Setting different passwords for different accounts be like.”

This innovative approach to raise awareness about cyber safety immediately gained traction on social media. The post, shared on X (formerly Twitter), garnered more than 60,000 views in a short span, with the numbers continuing to rise. Users flooded the comments section to express their appreciation for Nagpur Police’s creative and timely message.

Here’s how people reacted to Nagpur Police’s tweet:

  • An individual posted, “@NagpurPolice shares a cyber safety message and how!”
  • Another user added, “Thanks for spreading awareness by using Jawan’s blocks. Lots of love to Nagpur city police.”
  • A third individual expressed, “Nagpur city police always rocks!”
  • A fourth comment read, “Thank you, our real heroes, real jawans.”

This unique initiative by the Nagpur Police not only highlights their commitment to ensuring the safety of citizens but also demonstrates their ability to connect with the public through creative and engaging means.

As Shah Rukh Khan’s Jawan continues to captivate audiences in theaters, the Nagpur Police’s message on cyber safety serves as a timely reminder of the importance of securing online accounts in an increasingly digital world. It also underscores the power of popular culture in conveying vital messages to the masses.

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