ही वेळ आहे मुंबई पोलिसांचे मनापासून आभार मानण्याची.आपल्या सुरक्षेसाठी ते अहोरात्र झटत आहेत.आपण सुरक्षित आहोत ते केवळ त्यांच्यामुळे.मुंबई पोलिसांना मनापासून सलाम— Prasad Oak | प्रसाद ओक (@prasadoak17) April 9, 2020
ThankYou मुंबई पोलीस
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Actors including Sai Tamhankar, Jitendra Joshi, Prasad Oak, And Shruti Marathe are putting out their gratitude on their social media handles for the healthcare and police superheroes. The face of Marathi cinema, the actors took to her Twitter and Instagram handle to express her gratitude.
Sai Tamhankar took it to her Instagram story to post a picture of the ‘Mumbai Police' badge and wrote: “This is the time to heartily thank Mumbai Police, who leaving their families at home are working with their high spirit and untiring efforts for our security and safety. Thank you Mumbai Police. Love you Mumbai Police". Sai even shared her gratitude post on Twitter saying, "Thank You Mumbai Police. Saluting the bravery and dedication of the Mumbai Police and Maharashtra Police who are working so hard while we stay in the safety and comfort of our homes."
Jitendra Joshi took it to Instagram to share his warm regards to the Mumbai Police. He recognized their efforts and their sacrifices that keep all of us safe in our homes.
Hirkani director Prasad Oak took it to Twitter to share the thanks and respect for Mumbai Police officials. The actor talks about how the police are sacrificing their own safety and putting their own families at risk amidst the coronavirus pandemic. He appeals to his fans to stay at home and refrain from any activity that can violate the whole purpose of lockdown.
Shruti Marathe writes on Twitter, “Tumhi Great Ahat”, in response to the Mumbai Police video.
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