Maharashtra Police Use Amruta Khanvilkar's 'Wajle Ki Bara' Meme To Spread Awareness On Social Distancing

Amruta’s famous song ‘Wajle Ki Bara’ is used by Maharashtra Police for social awareness

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Maharashtra Police Use Amruta Khanvilkar's 'Wajle Ki Bara' Meme To Spread Awareness On Social Distancing
Being a celebrity is not easy! Every frame in your film or show can be used for a funny joke or meme. But it is an honor for an actor when their meme is used for social awareness. This exactly what happened when Amruta Khanvikar was tagged by Maharashtra Police in a meme. This was made from the still of Amruta’s famous song ‘Wajle Ki Bara’. 

The purpose of this post was, “Ata ghari rahun vajauya Coronache bara” meaning, ‘stay and home and fight corona’. Amruta Khanvilkar simply gestured a namaste for this gesture of Maharashtra Police. 


Her friends and fans responded with supportive reactions. A friend responded saying “What an honor! They r one of@the best twitter accounts there is”. As an actress, Amruta walks under constant media and fans scrutiny. A single post can create a stir among every celebrity’s fans and gossip mills start to churn out every possibility. People will start to judge you and you often end up being a subject of the troll. While a celebrity has lots of perks in their lives, the tag brings some disadvantages too



image source:-instagram/amrutakhanvilkar
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