In keeping with the digital era, people are now becoming mobile-dependent. Along with that, everyone wants to be viral in the net world. And if you make a video in the train, it will go viral instantly. That’s why these days there is an increasing trend of releasing videos of people swinging their hips and dancing on social media in metro stations, inside trains, or other places. These days social media followers increase by making reels. It also has earning opportunities. However, the criticism is no less.
But the content creators are not stopping even after various criticisms and bans from the authorities. Recently, an influencer got into trouble after posting a video of her dancing on social media at the Mumbai railway station. Mumbai police took action against her after that video went viral. The woman’s name is Seema Kanojia. The railway police also arrested the woman for violating railway rules. It is reported that he had to apologize publicly. Kanojia posted an apology video on her Instagram handle.
However, this time, the railway has made the opposite decision. It is known that this time if you make reels in the train or station, you will get a reward of 25 thousand rupees. Creators will get this opportunity through the ‘Mera Ticket Mer Iman’ campaign. Recently, DRM Mumbai Central posted on social media about the competition. In this post, Rail said, ‘Make a video, share it, and win up to 25 thousand rupees from that video.’ But how can you participate in this competition and win the prize? I know that now.
A 60-second to 120-second video or reel needs to be uploaded for this contest. This video can be submitted through a Google link or QR code. This special link and QR code will be available at all ticket counters and Railways’ social media handle ‘WeRMumbai’. Winners will be announced based on the most likes and shares of the submitted video. In this regard, the first place winner will get ₹12500, the second place winner will get ₹7500, and the third place winner will get ₹5000 prizes.