“So Ja Beta, Nahi Toh …” Iconic Sholay Dialogue Lands Cop In Trouble

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    “So Ja Beta, Nahi Toh …” Renowned Sholay Discussion Lands Police In Difficulty

    'So Ja Beta, Nahi Toh ...' Iconic Sholay Dialogue Lands Cop In Trouble

    KL Dangi is the in-charge of Kalyanpura police headquarters in Jhabua district.

    A renowned discussion from the Bollywood movie- “Sholay” – has actually landed a police in Madhya Pradesh in problem. A show-cause notice has actually been served to the cops office who has been caught on video camera screaming out the dialogue loud on a speaker while patrolling in Jhabua district, about 300 km from state capital Bhopal.

    KL Dangi, the authorities officer who was seen in the clip that has been extensively shared on social media, is the in-charge of Kalyanpura police headquarters in Jhabua district of Madhya Pradesh.

    In the 15- second video, Mr Dangi is seen stating a transformed variation of the popular ” So ja beta nahi to Gabbar aa jayega” ( Sleep my son, or Gabbar will come) dialogue from a loudspeaker installed on his authorities jeep.

    Kalyanpura se 50-50 km ki duri par jab bachcha rotaa hai to maa kehti hai chup ho ja beta nahi to Dangi aa jayega.(When a child cries even as far as 50 km far from Kalyanpura, their moms inform them to go to sleep or Dangi will come),” the cop was heard as saying.

    Show-cause notice provided to KL Dangi, Incharge of Kalyanpura Authorities station in Jhabua who was spotted stating a modified version of “Sholay” from a loudspeaker mounted on his cops jeep @ndtv @ndtvindia pic.twitter.com/wVnQsyIW30

    — Anurag Dwary (@Anurag_Dwary) November 16, 2020

    The dialogue was initially orated in the 1975 struck Bollywood flick Sholay by legendary star Amzad Khan.

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    According to authorities, a show-cause notice has actually been issued to the police.

    ” A video of Dangi has actually gone viral on the internet. A show-cause notice has been issued to him. Additional action will be taken in the matter after a preliminary query,” senior authorities official Anand Singh said.

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