December 30, 2019 1:51:58 pm
With 2019 drawing to a close, Delhi’s Metro’s latest tweet informing netizens about their growth over the past decade has impressed many. Using a popular meme template, the official DMRC Twitter handle shared a collage of fictional characters from popular American action series, Power Rangers.
While the first image shared under ‘Beginning of the decade’ showed three Power Rangers — Red, Blue and Yellow — depicting the three metro lines the organisation started off with at the beginning of the decade, the second, ‘end of the decade’, featured a colourful team — red, blue, grey, green, pink and yellow — showing the lines that have been added over the years.
Beginning of End of
the decade the decade pic.twitter.com/vy1Tng0sMJ
— Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (@OfficialDMRC) December 29, 2019
It did not take long for netizens to take note of the post, which was soon flooded with several reactions. While many congratulated the organisation, others complimented the social media team.
Wow.. You have got some humour. Hehe https://t.co/DXBBb5Jd3i
— Pramod K. Singh (@listenPramodVMS) December 30, 2019
This is some quality work. https://t.co/4HRFu4Dp5J
— Kshitij Srivastava (@srivkshitij) December 30, 2019
— Deepti Katyal (@katyal_deepti) December 30, 2019
DMRC’s creative team is amazing!! https://t.co/ZPazk8tf6e
— Deeksha Teri (@DeekshaTeri) December 30, 2019
Taking creativity to the next level. Congratulations Delhi Metro Rail Corporation on achieving this new milestone. https://t.co/pv1LbrB8Az
— Aashutosh Singh (@singhaashutosh) December 30, 2019
— Arindom Ojah (@Arhythmn) December 30, 2019
Only guys who can use this meme and justify it. https://t.co/6uCaQHUne7
— Shakti Chaturvedi (@ico90clast) December 30, 2019
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