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Covid-19: Mumbai Police tweets Shah Rukh Khan’s iconic scene from Main Hoon Na to spread awareness


Team Udayavani, Apr 14, 2020, 10:35 AM IST

Under the Covid-19 lockdown, Police officials are working day and night to maintain law and order and also make sure that nobody comes out of their houses unnecessarily. They are also coming up with humorous and witty tweets urging people to stay home.

Now, Mumbai police has come up with a humorous post encouraging people to put on face masks. They used a clip from Shah Rukh Khan’s film ‘Main Hoon Na’. The tweet aims to showcase how people can avoid contracting the virus without attempting stunts like the actor.


The video has gone viral on social media and netizens are lauding the police for their attempt to reach general public.

This is not the first time that Mumbai police used quirky posts to spread awareness. Earlier they took reference from the film ‘Stree’ to urge people to stay home.

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