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Meet Subodh Londhe 'Signal Helmet Guy' Who Is Using His Dancing Skills To Raise Awareness About Traffic Rules

Hailing from Kalyan, Subodh Londhe combined his love for dancing and raise awareness about the traffic rules to make sure everyone follows them and avoid unforeseen accidents.

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Lately, social media has been flooded with creative videos on people raising awareness about the prevailing traffic rules. As Indians, we are pretty impatient to rest for a second, even when the traffic light is glaring red.

While impatience is understood, several accidents can occur when a signal or rule is broken. In light of this, a man in Maharashtra has taken the internet with his videos showcasing his stellar dance moves to popular Bollywood numbers.

'Don't Jump Red Signal'

Known as the 'Signal Helmet Guy', the Kalyan-based man named Subodh Sunanda Bapu Londhe started sharing videos of him doing an impromptu jig on the busy roads. Wearing a helmet over his head, he entertains the daily commuters who are whiling their time away, waiting for the traffic signals to go green.


Not only does this entertain the masses, but it also has an important message. Each video has a caption that asks everyone to obey the traffic rules. "Don't jump red signal. Enjoy it," one clip says. Another one adds, "Zombie also waits for the green signal." He kept the internet hooked onto his stellar dance moves from Harrdy Sandhu's 'Bijlee Bijlee' to other popular songs.

Combination Of Dance And Awareness

Surprisingly, Londhe is not a trained dancer by profession. Speaking to The Indian Express, he explains, "For the first time in 2021, a traffic light was installed in our area. However, no one used to follow the rules. So, I could dance and keep people entertained while they wait at a red light, in a way to motivate them to follow the traffic rules. It soon became a fun way to raise awareness."

While the videos may look impromptu, a lot of planning goes into the execution. "I pre-plan everything because traffic signal timing and dance routines must match. I have to ensure that I finish my dance and complete the video in the specific period," Londhe adds. The newfound fame has brought Subodh Londhe a lot of joy. His plans consist of making more such videos and spreading joy on a traffic signal for people all around.

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