Abhishek Bachchan supports Mumbai Police initiative

Bollywood star Abhishek Bachchan shared a poster of Mumbai Police on Friday in which Mumbai Police by using the name of Abhishek and his films shared important social messages in creative way.

The photograph shared by Mumbai Police had breakdown the actor first name and captioned it as, “’Abhi’ fist bump, ‘Shek’ hands when it’s safer please!” This was used to spread the awareness in the context of the handshake during the outbreak of COVID-19.

Mumbai Police further used titles of his movies and wrote, “Guru’, Mumbai ho ya ‘Delhi-6’ feet distance zaruri hai! Social distancing ko ‘abhi alvida na kehna’ लॉकडाऊन संपेपर्यंत आपले ‘हाऊसफुल’ असुद्या. बाहेर जाण्याचे कुठलेही ‘बहाणे’ चालणार नाहीत!”

Bunty Aur Babli actor shared the poster by Mumbai Police, referring to his other films and tagging Mumbai Police, he wrote, “Couldn’t agree more @MumbaiPolice. Ghar baitho, family ke saath “Dhoom” machao, “Ludo” khelo. Safe raho.”

Abhishek made his acting debut in J. P. Dutta’s war film Refugee. He also worked in other Megahit films like Zameen, Dhoom, Run, Bluffmaster, Guru, Jhoom Barabar Jhoom, Dostana, Dum Maro Dum, Bol Bachchan, Happy New Year and Housefull 3. Abhishek was last seen in Kookie Gulati ‘s crime drama film The Big Bull. The story of the film is based on the life of stockbroker Harshad Mehta. Abhisek will be further seen in crime thriller film Bob Biswas and social comedy film Dasvi.

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