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When it came to dancing, these New Zealand cops chose Bollywood numbers!!

When it came to dancing, these New Zealand cops chose Bollywood numbers!!

When it came to dancing, the police officers at Canterbury Police Department in New Zealand chose the Bollwood numbers to shake a leg. This is enough to show how the Bollywood is fast becoming true ambassador of the India and also creates a positive and happy image for India.

The crime-fighters took some time off to steal the show at Christchurch’s annual Diwali event where they faced professionals on stage in an epic Bollywood dance-off. Safe to say, they’re guilty of being spectacularly good.

The team of four danced to “munni badnaam hui” and the more recent “tan tana tan” from Judwaa 2 while oozing tonnes of swag. Also, their kaala chashmaa jachdaa hai too much.

The cops were trained by a local Bollywood choreography group who they clearly outshone on the stage.

On Facebook, the police department confessed that it was a result of a lot of rehearsals.

However, this is not the first time the cops busted the filmy moves on stage.

The group pulled off a similar performance at last year’s event as well and we hope they keep coming back for more.

Not just the crowd at the event, New Zealand Police were a blockbuster hit on Facebook too.

“I have only seen this in NZ that the police are building relationships with all communities,” said a comment.

Another said, “They have better moves than the Indian film stars and those shades just put the others to shade”.

“Well done NZ Police for showing what integrating into NZ’s multicultural society means,” wrote a third.
The video was shared by Christchurch-based journalist Chris Lynch and has nearly 9 lakh views since posted four days ago.

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