If you haven’t been living under a rock, then you must have seen those ‘Radhika Apte’, ‘Netflix’ and ‘Omnipresent’ memes till now. The war, started by some meme and Netflix lovers, has now involved some major brands as well.
So after the release of Ghoul, when people started trolling Radhika Apte for being all over Netflix, the streaming service hit back with the amazing response. Netflix released a spoof movie poster and video called Omnipresent. However, it started another meme-war on Twitter.
Soon food delivery app Zomato responded with a hilarious tweet: “And you thought only Radhika is versatile,” they joked, sharing a graphic on paneer.
And you thought only Radhika is versatile pic.twitter.com/nqfHikbeeU
— Zomato India (@ZomatoIN) August 29, 2018
To which Netflix had another well-thoughted reply: “Well, she is everywhere.”
Well, she is everywhere. pic.twitter.com/XcEw0OjtHf
— Netflix India (@NetflixIndia) August 29, 2018
While the war was on, Ahmedabad Police used the Netflix-Zomato debate to urge people to follow rules and regulations:
— Ahmedabad Police (@AhmedabadPolice) August 30, 2018
Not Ahmedabad, Nagpur City Police too came up with a response. They posted on their official Twitter handle and earned major brownie points on the field, “We here are binge-watching our territory, 24×7…”
— NagpurCityPolice (@NagpurPolice) September 1, 2018
As soon as they tweeted, it went viral and people started appreciating it. Well, Twitter declared them the winner.
— Renu (@ray_nu_ka) September 1, 2018
I wish my police was this cool
— ArcFactom (@arcfactom) September 1, 2018
This is such an in thing! The department is up to date with the technology and trends ! Awesome @NetflixIndia must check out
— Gaurav Singh (@Gaur_ravrathi) September 1, 2018
Modern day Policing.
— Swapnil joshi (@Unique_aamAadmi) September 1, 2018