Mumbai Police uses Disney's Cinderella to spread awareness about face masks. Viral

In their recent Instagram post, Mumbai Police urged citizens to wear face masks amid rising Covid-19 cases. They chose Disney's Cinderella to make their point.

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Mumbai Police uses Cinderella to spread awareness about face masks. Photo: Instagram/mumbaipolice
Mumbai Police uses Cinderella to spread awareness about face masks. Photo: Instagram/mumbaipolice

Mumbai Police sets a new benchmark every time they spread awareness on important issues. Be it their version of the Don't Rush Challenge or talking about face masks using 'Indiranagar's Gunda' Rahul Dravid, their creativity needs to be appreciated.

Now, Mumbai Police is back with a new post, stressing the importance of wearing face masks amid rising Covid-19 cases using a Disney Princess.

DON'T BE 'SINDERELLA', SAYS MUMBAI POLICE

In their post, Mumbai Police chose to take us back to the story of Disney's Cinderella. We all remember how she had accidentally left her shoe after the dance ball.

Mumbai Police added a twist to this and used the moment to stress the importance of wearing face masks. Their message is that leaving a shoe is acceptable, but it would be a huge sin to leave one's face mask behind.

See the post here:

They captioned the post, "Shoes are fine, but it's a 'sin' to forget your mask behind, Cinderella (sic)."

They also used a witty hashtag with the post - 'Don't Be Sinderella'. It gives out a strong message to not sin by avoiding a face mask.

NETIZENS CAN'T STOP LAUGHING

The viral post has more than 16,900 likes and over 90 comments on Instagram. Users have been praising the creative team of Mumbai Police for their witty updates.

One user said, "Brings home the message to kids as well! (sic)." Another user added that Cinderella is not supposed to be out after 8 in the night due to the curfew.

See some comments here:

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Screenshot of comments on the post
Screenshot of comments on the post
Screenshot of comments on the post

Mumbai Police often uses their social media platforms to send messages to the masses. They urge citizens to be safe and take precautions during the pandemic.

See some of these recent posts here:

What do you think about Mumbai Police's post?

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