Pakistani police inspector suspended for delivering Anil Kapoor’s famous dialogue

The Hush Post | 8:40 pm | 2-minute read

Pakistan police suspended a police inspector in Punjab province merely because he delivered a famous dialogue of actor Anil Kapoor. Inspector Mohammed Arshad Shah, stationed at Kalyana Police Station in Pakpattan had delivered a dialogue from Anil Kapoor’s 2013 film Shootout at Wadala.

He shot a video of himself while uttering the lines, “Do waqt ki roti kamata hoon, panch waqt ki namaaz padhta hoon … isse zyada meri zaroorat nahi, aur mujhe khareedne ki teri aukaat nahi (I earn the bread for two meals a day, I pray to God five times a day … I don’t need anything more than that, and you don’t have the status to buy me).”

The video went viral on the social media, prompting officials to take notice and launch an inquiry into the incident. He was wearing a police uniform when he shot the video.

“The video was uploaded on social media by my nephew,” he told Geo News.

Another video of a Pakistani police officer dancing with a woman too went viral. But the ‘cop’ in the viral video identified himself as Shahzad, a stage actor. Shahzad, had donned the police uniform to dance with his fellow actor on a Bollywood hit number.

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