Ever since the release of the first Harry Potter fantasy novel in the name of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone in 1997, book lovers have been going gaga over the magical world of Hogwarts. If you think, you are a die-hard Harry Potter, the Mumbai Police Twitter account has something special for you.
Taking one of the most important messages from the magical world of Harry Potter, Mumbai Police shared a post on social media, to create awareness among the citizens of India. Using Kingsley Shacklebolt’s quote from one of J.K. Rowling’s most-loved novels, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Mumbai Police issued a road safety warning for the citizens.
While the quote reads, “We're all human, aren't we? Every human life is worth the same, and worth saving”, Mumbai Police added, “And you don't always need the deathly hallows for it, just follow simple rules to 'charm' your way to safety”. With the quote, they posted a picture of a road safety sign using the three Deathly Hallows from the novel.
Here is it:
As it is popularly known that Deathly Hallows overcome death by all means in the Harry Potter world, Mumbai Police took an interesting take, reminding the people that they will not need the deathly hallows to save themselves from ‘death’, if they simply follow the safety rules.
Apparently, this is not the first time Mumbai Police has posted references from popular culture:
That Thugs of Hindostan moment:
Captain Marvel... more like Captain Mumbaikar!
We were really afraid of the Parking Nun:
Don't break the rules... Riverdale style: