Social media offers a great platform for staying in touch with near and dear ones and keeping oneself updated with all the happenings of the world. Even celebrities are making the most of it to promote their upcoming films and brands that they endorse as well as for interacting with fans. Such is the impact of social media that even cops are resorting to these sites to make people aware of road safety rules and give a warning to the wrongdoers.
We all know that the Mumbai Police is quite active on the micro-blogging site Twitter and utilises all the latest trends for conveying their message. This unique and creative method has made them a favourite of netizens who just can’t stop appreciating them for their efforts of posting something new and interactive regularly.
Once again Mumbai Police came up with an attention-grabbing meme based on Aamir Khan’s upcoming movie “Thugs of Hindostan” and shared it with the caption, “No place for Thugs in Mumbai #NoCityForThugs”
Check out the meme:
Here’s the tweet:
— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) September 29, 2018
You won’t believe who replied to their tweet! None other than Mr Perfectionist of Bollywood! Yes, you read that right!
Here’s what Aamir Khan tweeted in response, “Waise, aap ka swabhav to shaqq, din-raat mehnat, aur satarkta hai. Bharosa to hum aap pe karte hain. Respect. 🙏”
Waise, aap ka swabhav to shaqq, din-raat mehnat, aur satarkta hai. Bharosa to hum aap pe karte hain. Respect. 🙏 https://t.co/Jd3FiSHSuG
— Aamir Khan (@aamir_khan) September 29, 2018
On Aamir’s tweet, a fake account of Indian cricketer Hardik Pandya tweeted, “Good night bro”
शुभ रात्रि भाई
— Hardik Pandya (@myhardikpandya) September 29, 2018
Amazingly, Aamir couldn’t make out that it’s a fake account and he replied, “Hey Hardik, shubh ratri :-)” (Hey Hardik, good night)
This was more than enough for Twitterati to troll the superstar for not being able to differentiate between the real and fake account. Check out some selected reactions:
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