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Mumbai Police Takes Bollywood Route To Promote Road Safety

The tweet impressed a number of followers on the micro-blogging website

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Mumbai police is taking the Bollywood route — a dialogue from the forthcoming film “Dhadak” — to convey a road safety message to travellers.

A post from the official Twitter handle of the Mumbai police on Friday, featured a still from the trailer of the film, with the dialogue “Kya naatak kar raha hai, mujhe dekh kyun nahi raha” superimposed on it.

It was captioned: “Don’t underestimate the emotional quotient of traffic signals! And their e-challan is anyways not too happy with your relationship. Traffic signal matters.”

The tweet impressed a number of followers on the micro-blogging website.

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While one user wrote: “Mumbai police’s creativity at its best”, another wrote: “Brilliant. Whoever handling your SM handle… hats off”.

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“Dhadak”, an adaptation of Marathi film “Sairat”, is slated to release on July 20. It will mark the Bollywood debut of Sridevi’s daughter Janhvi Kapoor and Shahid Kapoor’s step brother Ishaan Khatter. (IANS)

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Actress Yami Gautam Says That Lots of Hard Work Goes into Getting The Right Parts in Bollywood

Yami on Saturday shared a tweet regarding her latest release "Uri" and her performance in the film

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Actress Yami Gautam says as an outsider a lot of hard work goes into getting the right parts in Bollywood.

Yami Gautam on Saturday shared a tweet regarding her latest release “Uri” and her performance in the film.

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Lot of hard work goes into getting right parts as an outsider: Yami. Flickr

“Thanks so much. As an actress and an outsider, a lot of hard work goes into getting the right parts and I am glad that you all are giving it so much love,” Yami Gautam wrote.

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“Uri” also stars Vicky Kaushal in the lead. Based on the surgical strikes of 2016 carried out by the Indian Armed Forces, “Uri” traces the significant event.

The film sees Vicky playing the role of an Indian commando who is involved in the 2016 surgical strikes. It also features Kirti Kulhari and Paresh Rawal in lead roles. (IANS)