Mumbai Police twists Hrithik Roshan’s dialogue to spread COVID awareness
Mumbai Police Uses Dialogue From Hrithik Roshan's Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara To Spread COVID Awareness
Mumbai Police issued an advisory on Covid-19 awareness. They have used a scene from the 2011 film Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara featuring actor Hrithik Roshan. It is to send across their message on vaccines and masks. With a creative twist, Mumbai Police changed Hrithik’s dialogue from the ZNMD scene.
“Samjhi Na, Senorita? (Bwoyyys too),” is the caption of the post. Senorita is a hit song from the Zoya Akhtar-directed film.
Samjhi Na, Senorita? (Bwoyyys too) pic.twitter.com/0lmkycJpyV
— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) July 30, 2021
In the viral post, Hrithik’s character is seen saying, “Vaccine na lagwana is not funny. Vaccine lagwakar mask na pehenna is not funny (Not getting the vaccine is not funny. Not wearing a mask after getting the vaccine is not funny).”
The post has gone viral as it collected over 14,000 likes while social media users shared their thoughts and opinions in the comments section. The post has also accumulated tons of comments.
Check out the comments here:
Hahaha great media coordinator handle👍🏻
— Arfat Qureshi (@arfatqureshi327) July 30, 2021
Kudos to the creative team of Mumbai Police for these creative tweets. Superb.
— Mr.Natwarlal🇮🇳 (@suleimanikeede) July 30, 2021
— Varun Madaan (@VarunMa75014221) July 30, 2021
India has recorded 41,649 cases of Covid-19 and around 600 coronavirus-related deaths in the last 24 hours. Maximum cases were recorded in Kerala- 20,772 cases, followed by Maharashtra with 6,600 cases, Andhra Pradesh with 2,068 cases, Tamil Nadu with 1,947 cases and Karnataka with 1,890 cases.
On the work front, Hrithik Roshan will soon be seen in Fighter with Deepika Padukone. He also has Krrish 4 in his kitty.