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    Mask Apna Apna: A reminder from Assam Police

    Celebrating 26 years of release of popular Bollywood movie Andaz Apna Apna the Assam Police twitter handle shared the importance of wearing a mask.

    Guwahati: Assam police is doing a commendable job, both on field – with its swift action – and off field on Twitter, where its humour has gained a huge fan following.

    They are rightly cashing in on Twitter to raise awareness about things that matter. The state police have concocted a hot-selling recipe of humour, pop culture amd information to connect with the masses and be on their most-followed Twitter handles.

    Celebrating 26 years of release of popular Bollywood movie Andaz Apna Apna the Assam Police twitter handle shared the importance of wearing a mask.

    The poster shared by Assam police had Salman Khan and Aamir Khan in masks and the name of the movie was changed from Andaz Apna Apna to Mask Apna Apna.

    Assam Police also depicted a dialogue from the movie “Do dost ek pyale mein chai piyenge isse dosti badhti hain” which was changed to “So dost Mask pehan kar ghar se bahar niklenge, isse safety badti hain!”

    The perfect balance of quirk and social message of the Assam Police tweets has caught the eyes of many, and has also opened up the doors of conversations for reaching out to the masses.

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