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Kareena Kapoor Reacts To Pune Police’s Creative COVID-19 Video Based On Raj Kapoor’s Song

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Kareena Kapoor Reacts To Pune Police’s Creative COVID-19 Video Based On Raj Kapoor’s Song

The government departments and other institutions have become quite active on the social media networks nowadays and they leave no chance in spreading awareness about different issues, especially about the COVID-19 pandemic. The cases of COVID-19 are increasing again in the country and the new variant Omicron has further made situation more serious. In order to make people realize the importance of following the COVID-19 protocols, the police departments are regularly posting interesting videos.

Recently, a media outlet shared a video in which a Pune police officer is seen singing a song, asking people to wear masks and also telling them that COVID-19 is not a normal cold and flu. The music tune used in the song is from the famous song, “Aye Bhai Zara Dekh Ke Chalo” from Raj Kapoor starrer “Mera Naam Joker”.

The video was seen by the Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor Khan who just loved the creativity of the Pune Police and the manner in which they gave a spin off to the famous song from her grandfather Raj Kapoor’s movie.

Bebo shared the video with the caption, “Brilliant Video @punepolicecity #RajKapoor”.

Click here to watch this video directly on Instagram

Maharashtra reported more than 41K cases of COVID-19 patients in last 24 hours and 8 cases of new variant Omicron have also been reported after which the total number of Omicron patients has reached 1738.

Kareena Kapoor Khan’s father Randhir Kapoor is Raj Kapoor’s eldest son. The actress will seen next in “Laal Singh Chaddha” in which she will be seen with Aamir Khan. The movie is a remake of 1994 released Hollywood movie “Forrest Gump” which stars Tom Hanks and is one of the best classics of all times.

We also request our readers to follow the COVID-19 protocols in order to keep themselves and their family members safe.

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