In COVID Message, Assam Police Borrows Shah Rukh Khan's Baazigar Line

King Khan’s outstretched arms have been used within the tweet to unfold consciousness on social distancing

New Delhi:

The Assam Police on Saturday took to Twitter to unfold consciousness about COVID-19, with a filmy twist. The tweet featured Shah Rukh Khan in his signature pose, arms unfold huge, with a masks photo-shopped onto his face. It additionally quoted a preferred dialogue from his blockbuster film Baazigar, tweaked to suit the tweet’s theme of social distancing.

The Assam Police used the Bollywood famous person’s outstretched arms to drive dwelling the purpose of sustaining a distance of 6 ft between each other to stem the unfold of the extremely contagious illness.

“Social Distancing can save lives. Or as @iamsrk would say, ‘Kabhi kabhi paas aane ke liye kuch door jaana padta hai, aur door jakar paas aane walon ko Baazigar kehte hai.’ Keep Six ft aside and be a Baazigar! #SocialDistancing #IndiaFightsCorona,” the tweet learn.

This isn’t the primary time {that a} Shah Rukh Khan meme has been used to unfold message on defending oneself amid the pandemic.

Earlier, the Mumbai police had shared a clip from his film Foremost Hoon Na on its Twitter deal with, whereby he could possibly be seen doing a bend to flee Satish Shah’s saliva expulsion. “@iamsrk would not have to do such stunts any longer – Masks Hai Na!” the tweet learn.

Bodily distancing and face masks have been thought-about as essential measures to stop person-to-person transmission of the virus, which has contaminated over one million folks within the nation and greater than 14 million throughout the globe.

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