'How's the distance': Mumbai Police twists Uri's famous dialogue to remind people to practice social distancing | Check here
New Delhi | Jagran Trending Desk: Bollywood actor Vicky Kaushal is known to all by his famous dialogue from the movie Uri: The Surgical Strike, “how’s the josh?”. While the dialogue remains etched in the minds of Hindi movie lovers, Mumbai Police on Monday shared a picture with the almost-same dialogue but with a slight modification and its going viral.
The shared picture has caught the eyes of thousands of twitter users and people are praising the Mumbai Police for its creativity.
The shared picture shows a still from the Uri: The Surgical Strike in which Vicky Kaushal and another actor behind him is standing and have been given facemasks. What’s making it funny is Mumbai police caption, which reads “How’s the distance?” and “6 feet sir!” is the answer which is stated across the image.
Whereas in the film, Kaushal and the members replied “High sir!”
The picture reminds netizens to wear masks and to maintain a distance of six feet to ensure safety amid the novel coronavirus crisis.
The post has reached around 2.7k likes with 290 retweets. Netizens flooded it with comments saying that they loved the post and lauded the department's creativity. "You guys killing it with memes," a user commented.
"This couldn't be more perfect," another user wrote.
“You guys are really awesome,” commented an individual. “Cool one,” said another. Several netizens also commented using clap and thumbs up emojis to express their appreciation.
Take a look:
How’s the distance: pic.twitter.com/uMgRomg8pX— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) June 8, 2020
The novel coronavirus, which was first reported in China’s Wuhan in December 2019, has infected over seven million people across the world. In India, more than 2.5 lakh confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been recorded as of June 8. Maharashtra remains the worst-hit state in the country - the state has even surpassed China's tally with over 85,000 cases. The state also has the highest number of deaths at 3,060 and its capital Mumbai is one of the worst-hit cities in the country.
Posted By: Aalok Sensharma