New Delhi: The movie 'Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jaayenge' starring Shahrukh Khan and Kajol is iconic in many ways. One of the many scenes from the 1994 film is the ending where Kajol runs after the train to go with the love of her life, Raj, essayed by SRK. Amrish Puri is heard saying 'Jaa Simran, Jee Le Apni Zindagi.' This very line has become a hilarious meme in several situations. One such instance has now gone viral that has amused the internet. A man took to Twitter and asked the official Twitter handle of Delhi Metro if the services are open. The reason behind it was personal. He wanted to meet his girlfriend during the weekend. "Kya weekend par metro chaalu rahegi ya bandh?? Kripya zaroor batayein GF se milna hai, nahin mila toh break-up pakka ho jaayega," his tweet said. This pandemic has been hard for all of us. For those who are in a relationship, this has been quite the test of their resilience. While some passed, there were many that had to face defeat. For those still together, they eagerly look forward to the unlock process so that they could be together. Therefore, this tweet is hilariously relatable. So much so, DMRC's Twitter handle answered him as well. In true DDLJ-style, a gif showing Amrish Puri in the film was used just to say, "Metro chaalu hai mere dost. Jaa jee le apni zindagi."Here it is. For obvious reasons, the tweet has won hearts online. Netizens took to the comments section to react to it. "Man this is epic," one user said. Another one added, "Yeh sahi tha guru." There were many who were not dating yet they enjoyed this little moment shared. Delhi Metro services resumed from June 7. Only 50% of the public is allowed at one time right now.