India’s state police of Uttar Pradesh has used Pakistan’s top trend ‘Pawri Ho Rahi Hai’ in their message against late-night parties on Sunday. The Uttar Pradesh police had posted a message on its official Twitter account.
Police encouraged people to call them if they are being disturbed by late-night parties. The video of a Pakistani social media influencer has created a storm in Pakistan and India, with the catchphrase, ‘Pawri Ho Rhi Hai’ trending atop on social media in both countries. UP Police also joined the bandwagon and used the phrase to warn people against late-night parties.
UP Police put the picture with the caption, “Late night #PawriHoRahiHai aur aap disturb ho rahe ho toh call karein 112.” Meanwhile, the photo had the message, “Yeh hum hain aur humari car hai. Agar late-night Pawri aapko disturb kar rahi hai toh yeh humara number hai 112.”
— Call 112 (@112UttarPradesh) February 14, 2021
The video of the influencer went viral when an Indian musician had created a mash-up of the video.
Yash Mukhate, had recreated a hilarious remake of Pakistan’s viral video, ‘Pawri Ho rhi hai’ that went viral on social media this week. Musician Yash Mukhate is popular in India and Pakistan for recreating amusing videos.
A video of a Pakistani girl named Dananeer Mobeen went viral on social media. The girl showed herself partying with her friends. The video has now gone viral in India as well. Several Pakistani social media users asked Mukhate to do a hilarious remake of the viral video. Mukhate then uploaded the video on his Instagram account.
“Aaj se me party nahi karunga sirf pawri karunga. Kyuki party karneme wo mazaa nahi jo pawri karneme hai. (From today, I am not going to party, but I will ‘pawri’ because party won’t be as fun as pawri),” Mukhate wrote on Instagram.
Pakistani social media users also recreated the videos on the theme. Celebrities including Falak Shabbir, Sarah Khan, Saba Qamar, and Wasim Akram also recreated their videos. Hundreds of memes have flourished across social media in Pakistan.