Mumbai Police Shares Hilarious 'Mission Mangal' Meme To Promote Road-safety, Rajasthan Police Joins In

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Mumbai Police and Rajasthan Police promotes road-safety with hilarious Mission Mangal memes, take a look

Written By Diyali Banerjee | Mumbai | Updated On:

The much-anticipated trailer of 'Mission Mangal' surfaced on Thursday, July 18. The film starring Akshay Kumar, Vidya Balan, Sonakshi Sinha, Taapsee Pannu, Nithya Menen, Sharman Joshi, Kirti Kulhari and H. G. Dattatreya in the lead is based on the real-life story of the Indian Space Research Organisation's Mars Orbiter Mission. The preview that showcases how India, despite having its own challenges successfully manages to launch its spacecraft in Mars' orbit, has been highly appreciated by the audience. Akshay Kumar unveiled the trailer on Twitter and said that it is a story of turning impossible to possible. 

Take a look:

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The trailer, which was highly appreciated by the netizens for its gripping storyline and patriotic zeal, also triggered a meme fest on Twitter and now joining the bandwagon is Mumbai Police, who are known for their interesting social media posts. They took up an instance from the trailer and turned it into a hilarious meme which is currently going viral on the internet. The department wittily extended an important message of road safety through the creative post.

Take a look:

Meanwhile, Rajasthan Police have also made smart use of an impactful one-liner from the trailer. They have also put out a meme on Twitter promoting road-safety.

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Here's the post:

Meanwhile, 'Mission Mangal' helmed by Jagan Shakti is all set to hit the theaters on this Independence Day, August 15. 



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