After the alleged Bollywood couple Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani were booked by Mumbai police for breaking the COVID-19 rules in the city, in a cheeky tone, police warns people to avoid Heropanti after Tiger Disha get caught.
Taking to their official social media handle and educating fans about same, our police warns people to avoid Heropanti after Tiger Disha get caught.
In a humorous tone and also with a subtle way, police warns people to avoid Heropanti after Tiger Disha get caught.
Poking fun at both of the bollywood actors in their tweet on microblogging social media platform twitter through their official handle, Mumbai police humbly requests all Mumbaikars to avoid unnecessary Heropanti.
According to the tweet confirmed by leading indian digital news wire agency, both Tiger and Disha had been seen by Mumbai police roaming around near Bandstand Promenade after the relaxed 2 pm deadline and when both the bollywood stars were questioned for same by police, they both couldn’t really give out any valid reasons to them for being out of their homes post the 2 pm deadline.
We all clearly know that Mumbai police who often makes tweets using pop cultural bollywood references for sending out important messages to people in order to make them aware of following rules and not breaking them, took sly dig and indirect jibe at both Tiger and Disha in their latest tweet and also poking fun at both of them, they have requested all Mumbaikars to totally avoid doing unnecessary ‘Heropanti’.
Their tweet on Twitter read, “In the ongoing ‘War’ against the virus, going ‘Malang’ on the streets of Bandra cost dearly to two actors who have been booked under sections 188, 34 IPC by Bandra PStn. We request all Mumbaikars to avoid unnecessary ‘Heropanti’ which can compromise on safety against #COVID19”.
The tweet post made references to Tiger’s films War and Heropanti and Disha’s film Malang. The actors were not directly named but the mention of their films was pretty evident along with who they are hinting at.
Soon after, netizens are mighty impressed with their ‘sarcasm’ as one commented, “The way @MumbaiPolice tweet on Twitter regarding every matter is unique & amazing. Awareness in sarcastic way is key of @MumbaiPolice …. Keep going sir”.
While another one said, “This is hilarious seriously, points to the Mumbai police Twitter handler. That person needs a raise”.
Another one thought it was savage and wrote, “@iTIGERSHROFF & @DishPatani getting ‘ Baaghi ‘ on mumbai streets Le @MumbaiPolice ne dono ko ‘ Dhoni ‘ style mai dhoya #Savage #MumbaiPolice”.