Mumbai Police uses Shah Rukh Khan's film 'Main Hoon Na' reference to advice people to wear mask

Mumbai Police uses Shah Rukh Khan's film 'Main Hoon Na' reference to advice people to wear mask

The Mumbai Police found a unique way as they took Bollywood references to educate people to wear a mask for safety amid the coronavirus pandemic. After a hilarious tweet about the horror-comedy film 'Stree', now they took another Hindi film to spread awareness.

Mumbai Police uses Shah Rukh Khan's film 'Main Hoon Na' reference to advice people to wear mask

Sharing a video from Shah Rukh Khan’s 'Main Hoona Na', Mumbai Police wrote, “@iamsrk wouldn’t need to do such stunts any longer - Mask Hai Na!”. In the video, the actor makes a brilliant dive to save himself from the spit attack from college professor Professor Rasai, essayed by Satish Shah.

The Mumbai Police often shares interesting tweets and enjoys massive followers on the internet. With the ongoing crisis, they often remind people for safety measures which are very important during this time.

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