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Mumbai Police gets Rosesh Sarabhai to tell people to stay at home amid coronavirus chaos

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Mumbai Police has its meme game on point and we all know that. The Twitter account of the Mumbai Police keeps sharing hilarious memes that are extremely relatable and always give out an important message.

In the recent past, they have used memes based on the Professor from hit TV series Money Heist and Main Noon Na. Their latest one is based on the character Rosesh Sarabhai played by Rajesh Kumar from the cult show Sarabhai vs Sarabhai.

They shared the meme with the caption, “Shaving ke liye cream se better hai foam, shaving ke liye cream se better hai foam. During the lockdown, please stay at home. #LockdownLessons #TakingOnCorona.”

The tweet consisted of 4 such images with similar poems giving out important messages and ways to fight the novel coronavirus. One image tells you to always cover your mouth while coughing or sneezing, another talks about reporting fake news and the importance of social distancing. But all of these messages are given in the Rosesh Sarabhai manner which makes them extremely funny.

Rajesh Kumar also shared a video of himself reciting the poems in Rosesh Sarabhai’s manner.

As soon as Mumbai Police shared the post on Twitter, it went viral and garnered over 1.2k retweets and over 4.6k likes. Twitterati flooded the comments section praising the creativity of the Mumbai Police.

Sarabhai vs Sarabhai is an Indian sitcom that ran on STAR One from November 1, 2004, to September 11, 2006, and on Hotstar from May 15, 2017, to July 17, 2017. The show was created by Jamnadas Majethia and Aatish Kapadia, directed by Deven Bhojani. Starring an ensemble cast including; Satish Shah, Ratna Pathak Shah, Sumeet Raghavan, Rupali Ganguly and Rajesh Kumar, it revolves around a quintessential upper-class family living in South Mumbai

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