Mumbai Police has always been very creative with its social media posts. In fact, they are one of the most loved accounts on social media, and people just enjoy how quirky they get with their posts. Quite often they use Bollywood references to share a message, and it is quite commendable to see how they ace it every time.

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Ever since we have been hit by the coronavirus pandemic, Mumbai Police has been sharing Covid-19 related details and safety protocols using Hindi movie references. From a spin on Amitabh Bachchan’s name to using Ranveer Singh’s name creatively, they have done it all. They have been sharing these posts on Instagram, and have left everyone in splits.

Take a Look at a Few Of Their Posts:

 

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Bollywood celebs have been continuously helping people in the country fight Covid-19. While Sonu Sood is working round the clock to help people, Priyanka Chopra – Nick Jonas and Anushka Sharma – Virat Kohli have set up donation initiatives.  Salman Khan’s production house, Salman Khan Films and Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd, the two production banners backing his recent release titled Radhe, have partnered with the donation platform, GiveIndia, to provide relief aid to the needy. They will contribute to providing essential medical equipment, oxygen cylinders, concentrators and ventilators.

The makers of Prabhas’ Radhe Shyam also donated all the property that made up a hospital setting for the film, to a Hyderabad Covid-19 hospital. The donation includes fifty custom beds, stretchers, PPE suits, medical equipment stands and oxygen cylinders. Ravinder Reddy, Radhe Shyam’s production designer, told Deccan Chronicle, “These beds have been custom designed; they are big, strong and are patient-friendly. They have all the comforts that a bed-ridden patient can leverage.”