Tripling cast collab with Mumbai Police to spread traffic awareness
The short and sweet video attracts the viewers and traps their attention leaving a strong message on Road Safety.
TVF’s Tripling Season 2 has opened to good responses all over. The cast has been praised for bringing back the nostalgia that the season one created. While the series has been shot over pristine locations and landscape highways, the lead actors, for a change, took onto the streets of Mumbai for a cause!
‘Tripling looks good only on the screen and not on the road’.
Our favorite siblings and the most popular trio from TVF tripling are seen in a short video which stresses the message of Road safety. TVF collaborates with the Mumbai Police and spreads the most important message for the youth – ‘No Tripling’. Sameer Saxena, Head of the TVF originals, believes that it is their prime duty to make people aware of such small things which could make a huge difference other than spreading entertainment. They have joined hands with the Mumbai Police and Red FM to help people understand the dangers of triple riding. Triple riding is fun but only on the screens and not on Roads. Still, if one wishes to do so, the best option would be a four-wheeler or any other means of transport except a two-wheeler.
About the Video
A 2 min 30-sec video is already serving its purpose in the best means possible. The video starts with TVF’s famous trio – Sumeet Vyas, Maanvi Gagroo and Amol Parashar struggling to fit on a two-wheeler. They are then caught by the police for triple riding and they try all their ways out to escape. The senior police criticize their actions and ask all the three to pay a separate fine of Rs.2000 each. They soon realize the dangers of triple riding and to their surprise, the senior cop reveals her identity as the popular Red FM Jockey, RJ Akriti.
The short and sweet video attracts the viewers and traps their attention leaving a strong message on Road Safety. Reaching 6.5K views in less than 24 hours, the video is already trending on youtube.
It is a unique initiative to raise awareness among the youth. Amitesh Kumar, Joint Commissioner of Mumbai Traffic Police said that it was very important to create more awareness about the hazards of such activities through some campaigns as the Tripling Road Safety Awareness Campaign. It is so because Triple riding is commonly witnessed among the bike riders and it puts the safety of everyone on the road into risk.
Such initiatives must be encouraged and the citizens must support the same to ensure that the roads become the safest mode of transport by following traffic rules and avoiding triple riding.