Bhupinder Singh, a Chandigarh cop is seen as spreading the message of following Traffic rules. Bhupinder Singh made his identity when he was caught singing a song on the Chandigarh roads at night while performing his duty in the city. He sang a very famous song by the prominent singer of Punjab Daler Mehandi ‘Bolo Ta Ra Ra’. This song has a different fan base among the artist’s lovers.
He made his unique identity, known for spreading the message of traffic rules via singing songs on loudspeakers, and recently made an appearance on the sets of Indian Idol. He is being chased by many of the viewers of the reality show, and the Punjabi crowd also appreciates his skills.
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When the judges asked him how he started to sing then he said “On the roads of Chandigarh youth drive maximum time while drunk and in their fun when they are not conscious, accidents happen. So with the intention to motivate them to follow the traffic rules he started. He also said he has a hobby to write songs. “I saw that there are no songs to motivate or tell the youth Why they should follow Traffic rules and not drive while drunk”.
Moreover, he has sung back-to-back Bollywood songs by modifying them into Traffic rules. He sings the Himesh Reshammiya song Aashiq Banaya Aapne as his own funny version “Chalan Karvaya… Aapne. Tere Liye Bike Le Ke Si Aaya, Tere Liye Helmet Nai Si Paya… Tere Liye police da Danda khaya Tere Liye…”.
He also sings on Neha Kakkar’s song Kala Chasma and Ayushmann Khurrana song Morni Banke. Ayushmann Khurrana got impressed with him and said that a biopic should be made on him and he would like to play him on screen as the Chandigarh Police.
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