Amidst Coronavirus outbreak, the only people out from their houses are the valiant Corona fighters (people rendering service in the ‘essential sector’). They are outside to keep us safe from the pandemic. In order to make people follow the nationwide lockdown prescribed by the Government of India, the various state police forces are tweeting some blockbuster tweets to urge people to stay at their home.
The tweet made by the official handle of Jaipur Police is gaining lot of popularity amongst people. They used the lyrics of the #5trending song of twitter ‘MASAKALI 2.0’, they wrote, “MAT UDIYO, TU DARIO, NA KAR MANMAANI, GHAR MEIN HI RAHIO, NA KAR NADANI”. The way they pleased people and made an appeal to stay at home is trending.
मत उडियो, तू डरियो— Jaipur Police (@jaipur_police) April 9, 2020
ना कर मनमानी, मनमानी
घर में ही रहियो
ना कर नादानी
ऐ मसक्कली, मसक्कली#StayAtHome #JaipurPolice #TanishkBagchi #Masakali2 #ARRahman @arrahman @juniorbachchan @sonamakapoor @RakeyshOmMehra pic.twitter.com/lYJzXvD8i4
Recently, many Bollywood celebrities took to twitter to thank Mumbai Police for keeping the city safe. Mumbai Police responded to it in the ‘FILMY WAY’, winning the hearts of the Mumbaikars and Indians.
Responding to Shahid Kapoor’s tweet, in which he thanked and appreciated the sacrifice that the police is rendering to the city, they wrote, “The most ‘Shaandaar’ support the mumbaikars can provide right now is to stay at home, and make plans for what all we would do together, ‘Jab We Meet’.
Alia Bhatt expressed her thankfulness to Mumbai Police for their selfless service and they replied to it in their quirky and most heartwarming way. They wrote, “Mumbailkars, we hope you all are ‘Raazi’ with this advice of Ms @aliaa08 to not venture out in any ‘Gully’ unnecessary and take care of ‘Dear Zindagi’ for all!”
Replying to veteran actor Sunil Shetty, they wrote, “And every ‘Dhadhkan’ of our Red heart beats for this city”. They replied to Arjun Kapoor and wrote, “Taking no half to ensure safety from #corona in Mumbai- a city with millions of ‘Ishaqzaddes’ in love with it”.
And every ‘Dhadkan’ of our ❤️ beats for this city. 🙂 https://t.co/TX8Js3SGNC— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) April 8, 2020
The real life Singham responded to reel life Singham Ajay Devgan and wrote, “Dear ‘Singham’, Just doing what ‘Khakee’ is supposed to do to ensure that things return to how they were – ‘Once upon a time in Mumbai’!”
The pandemic has caused to death 243 people all across the country and more than seven thousand people are still in its grip. In such traumatic circumstances the police forces are making requests to people to stay at their respective homes and participate in the fight against COVID-19.