'Toh tera time ayega': Delhi traffic cop who lost wife in accident raps song for road safety (video inside)
Sandeep Shahi, a head constable in Delhi traffic police has a flamboyant quirk of spreading road safety awareness in the capital.
NEW DELHI: The song ‘Apna Time Aaega’ from the movie Gully Boy enchanted magnificent success after it was released on January 13. The song composed by Dub Sharma and rapped by Ranveer Singh is orchestrated with heartrending lyrics which turned out to be a youth anthem. Sandeep Shahi, a head constable in Delhi traffic police has a flamboyant quirk of spreading road safety awareness in the capital. He has created a rap song based on Ranveer Singh's track 'Apna Time Aayega' urging people to follow traffic rules. His rap is being highly welcomed by people on various social media platforms like Twitter.
"Humse na ho payega, kaun bola? Sadak ki, suraksha ki, jeevan ki raksha ki, helmet ki, seatbelt ki niyam agar apneyega, jeevan khushal ban jayega. Baat meri maan, surksha ko jaan. Nahin toh, tera time ayega. Train bullet si bike chalayega, nashe mein tu gaadi udayega, toh tera time ayega," raps Shahi.
Bring out your artistic nature in you and tell us in your own style on why to #DriveSafe and be the #RoadSafetyHero. pic.twitter.com/ivq9WEpJ9u
— Transport for Delhi (@TransportDelhi) June 19, 2019
Shahi has also other ways to persuade motorists to abide by traffic rules. He uses a mirror to make them feel guilty. The cop also buys helmets from his own pocket and gifts it to others. Till date, he has circulated around 700 helmets to people. Sahi, who lost his wife in an accident, appeals citizens to wear helmets and seatbelts while traveling and to follow all traffic rules.
"I came to know about the viral video of my rap song. People are very casual about road safety and are reluctant to follow traffic rules. So, I felt it was my responsibility to make them aware," Shahi said while speaking to ANI.
"I was deeply hurt when my wife suffered injuries in the road accident. Also, I see many young people taking traffic rules very lightly. So, I decided to write this rap, it was the best way to connect with the youth," he added.
Shahi also uses placards with messages such as "Hamesha ISI mark waala helmet pehnein" (one should always wear helmets that have an ISI mark on them) and "Mastishk suraksha kawach" (helmet is the safety equipment for your head).
(news agency ANI input)
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