We hope that the compilation of these 7 tweets will motivate you to stay safe, yet again.
There has been a tremendous influx of hilarious ideas on the internet in this digital age and this culture has only gotten more infectious, now that everyone is prompted to stay indoors. Always ready to treat netizens with useful information, especially regarding the ongoing pandemic, with a flurry of viral content are the social media handles of Mumbai Police. So here are 7 posts by the Mumbai Police that have set the internet on fire, time and again!
Sir, if you are truly that star at the centre of the solar system, around which Earth & the other components of sol… https://t.co/vkvN1GUcue— Mumbai Police (@Mumbai Police) 1621881399.0
A 'Tweeter' asked the Police Commissioner of Mumbai, if he could venture outside to enjoy the sunny day, given that his name is 'Sunny'. Unleashing their humorous wit on the netizen, Mumbai Police asked him to be the 'sunshine of safety' and avoid exposure to the virus by staying indoors.
Don't be like Arturo!
This is Arturo Arturo thinks he is very smart Arturo keeps 1234 as his PIN Don't be like Arturo #PinHeistAlert… https://t.co/QYT6MHHotD— Mumbai Police (@Mumbai Police) 1622001647.0
In an attempt to create awareness about cyber-safety, Mumbai Police enlisted the help of the coolest heist group on Netflix. Sharing a clip from the blockbuster web series, Money Heist, Mumbai Police warned netizens to not use easy password combinations to protect themselves from online hackers.
Apna time ayega, after the lockdown!
Cheete ki chaal, baaz ki nazar aur virus ke spread par sandeh nahi karte. Kabhi bhi infect kar sakti hain. बाहेर… https://t.co/tOmuvncD2o— Mumbai Police (@Mumbai Police) 1621599660.0
Mumbai Police has many a time lapped up the opportunity to educate netizens about covid-appropriate behaviour, through Bollywood references. Exploiting the fan base of Ranveer Singh, they sent out a message to promote online ordering of groceries because- "Cheete ki chaal, baaz ki nazar aur virus ke spread par sandeh nahi karte. Kabhi bhi infect kar sakti hain."
A little louder for the Marvel fans in the back!
How about a safe and healthy 'vision' for future? #VisionForSafety #TakingOnCorona https://t.co/44UHH7M9DX— Mumbai Police (@Mumbai Police) 1621481912.0
Continuing the legacy of Mumbai Police's meme-culture is this tweet, that has grabbed the attention of Marvel fans on the internet. Asking people to act for a safer and healthier future, the tweet invoked a reference to the Marvel superhero Vision, whose picture is digitally edited to have a 'mask on'.
Stay Shubh Mangal and Zyada Saavdhan everyday!
Adding to its flurry of viral content based on the Hindi cinema industry, Mumbai Police posted a tweet, in reference to the titles of Ayushmann Khurrana's movies. However, things got really interesting when the actor replied to the post on Instagram with witty puns, including more of his movie titles and helped in creating awareness regarding covid protocols.
Pushpa, we hate rule-breakers! Stay home rey... #BeBollyGood #KakaWouldSay #StayHomeStaySafe #TakingOnCorona https://t.co/TD3kaKdHZG— Mumbai Police (@Mumbai Police) 1621568057.0
If you want to avoid your loved ones telling you- "Pushpa, I hate tears", then do listen to Mumbai Police as they urge you to "Order 'Khanna' At Home!". This pun-tastic take on corona has not only created awareness but also reminded the netizens to revisit the classic cinematic productions of yesteryears, starring Kaka, as we #StayHomeStaySafe.
This one's for the tech-lovers!
Have you updated to your safest version yet? #UpdateToSafety #TakingOnCorona https://t.co/s2lnM2ztsE— CP Mumbai Police (@CP Mumbai Police) 1621398666.0
Taking on corona with a cleverly 'masked' reference to the iconic logo of Microsoft, the Police Commissioner of Mumbai reiterated the importance of a mask, sanitiser, social distancing and staying indoors, during current times. With this tweet, he ensured that his team have covered all sections of netizens while creating awareness about safety from the virus.