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Mumbai Police makes Covid-19 meme from Dimple Kapadia’s scene in Hollywood film Tenet

Team Udayavani, May 24, 2020, 2:07 PM IST

Mumbai police’s latest meme, where the force shared a scene from Christopher Nolan’s latest film ‘Tenet’ to raise awareness about the coronavirus pandemic is going viral in the internet

The image features actress Dimple Kapadia and a text band on it reads, “there are people in future who need us”. The Instagram post was captioned as, “Why should we be following the ‘Tenet’ of safety against Coronavirus? #TenetOfSafety #TakingOnCorona”


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Why should we be following the ‘Tenet’ of safety against Coronavirus? #TenetOfSafety #TakingOnCorona

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Netizens loved the creativity of the Mumbai Police to send such messages using trending topics.

Dimple Kapadia performs a particular half in Nolan’s upcoming, extremely anticipated movie ‘Tenet’. It is said that Dimple even gave audition for this role in the movie.


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