Bollywood Stars get Epic Replies for Thanking Mumbai Police

The Mumbai Police has replied to a host of Bollywood celebrities’ tweets with witty responses, and they will surely have you in fits of laughter.

Bollywood Stars get Epic Replies for Thanking Mumbai Police f

“Dear ‘Singham’, Just doing what ‘Khakee’ is supposed to do"

The Mumbai Police has been creating a buzz on social media with its humorous and witty replies to Bollywood celebrities’ gratitude posts.

Bollywood actress Alia Bhatt recently thanked the Mumbai Police for their hard work and effort during the lockdown in India. Taking to Twitter, Alia said:

“Thank you @MumbaiPolice. Words cannot express our love and gratitude. Let’s stay home for them. #TakingOnCorona.”

In response to Alia’s tweet, the Mumbai Police replied with an entertaining tweet which included the actress’ performances in Gully Boy (2019) and Dear Zindagi (2016). It read:

“Mumbaikars, we hope you are all ‘Raazi’ with this advise of Ms @aliaa08 to not venture out in any ‘Gully’ unnecessarily and take care of ‘Dear Zindagi’ for all!”

Other Twitter users also chimed in with the fun. Rohan tweeted:

“Nowadays, if people not “raazi” & still going out on the “highway” & crossing “2 states”, then they are “kalank” …. guys, we know its “ae dil hai mushkil” to be lockdown, still be “shandaar” in home only.”

Another user named JustAnotherHappyGuy joined in saying, “Hoping that soon travelling between “2 States” would be possible.”

In another instance, Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn praised the Mumbai Police for their dedication amid the coronavirus lockdown.

He said: “#TakingOnCorona @MumbaiPolice.”

The Mumbai Police hilariously replied to Ajay Devgn’s tweet saying:

“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’! #TakingOnCorona.”

Ajay Devgn replied to the Mumbai Police’s tweet using the same humour. He wrote:

“Dear Mumbai Police, you are known as one of the BEST in the world. Your contribution to the COVID-19 pandemic is unparalleled.

“Singham will wear his Khakee and stand beside you whenever you ask. Jai Hind, Jai Maharashtra.”

Another Bollywood star who received a witty reply from the Mumbai Police was Shahid Kapoor. He said:

“Giving up on their dreams for keeping the city of our dreams safe. Thank You @MumbaiPolice We owe you a lot and staying at home is the least we can do! #TakingOnCorona #MumbaiFirst.”

The Mumbai Police once again shared their amusing reply saying:

“The most ‘Shaandaar’ support Mumbaikars can provide right now is to stay at home. And make plans for what all we would do together ‘Jab We Meet’ post #lockdown #TakingOnCorona.”

Bollywood celebrity Arjun Kapoor was another star to receive a reply for the Mumbai Police to his tweet which read:

“We cannot thank the @MumbaiPolice enough in words! Still would like to appreciate the fact that they have been out there everyday, making sure everything goes smoothly and have always been there to protect us.

“A thank you from the bottom of our hearts! Stay safe. Jai Hind.” The Mumbai Police replied saying:

“Taking no ‘half’ measures to ensure safety from #corona in Mumbai – a city with millions of ‘Ishaqzaades’ in love with it!”

Big B’s son Abhishek Bachchan also chimed in to show his appreciation for the Mumbai Police saying, “Always in debt to them and the great work they do @MumbaiPolice.”

Continuing with their amusing replies, the Mumbai Police said:

“Just taking the ‘ACP Jai Dixit’ route to ensure that the city gets back to normalcy soon – that too, with a ‘Dhoom’!

“All Mumbaikars need to do is not make ‘Dus Bahaane’ about going out unnecessarily!”

Furthermore, Bollywood star Suniel Shetty further added by saying, “HEROES- we love (heart emoji)!!! to which the Mumbai Police said, “And every ‘Dhadkan’ of our (heart) beats for this city. ”

Bollywood stars have been lending a supporting hand during the coronavirus for the COVID-19 relief.

It is also great to see how the humorous banter has not been lost during the deadly coronavirus pandemic.

Ayesha is an English graduate with an aesthetic eye. Her fascination lies in sports, fashion and beauty. Also, she does not shy away from controversial subjects. Her motto is: “no two days are the same, that is what makes life worth living.”

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