Heeramandi's addiction hits mumbai police, gives a funny twist to the dialogues of the series

The craze of Sanjay Leela Bhansali's series Heeramandi is now on the head of mumbai Police. In his safety campaign, he has given a funny twist to the viral dialogue of this series. Let us know how.

Famous filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali's first web series Heeramandi is making a lot of headlines. The songs and dialogues of this series based on the life of courtesans have become popular among the audience and are being liked very much. Meanwhile, mumbai police has used its viral dialogue in its safety campaign, that too in a very creative manner. This post of mumbai police is trending a lot on social media. You also see.

 At present, the web series 'Hiramandi: The Diamond Bazaar' is being talked about on social media. mumbai police has also included this series in its safety campaign. While posting on social media, he wrote, 'Freedom is not a hobby, Nawab Saheb, it is a war to never break the rules.' Famous and viral dialogues from the series have been used in this post, which is quite funny and also makes you aware.

It was written in the first photo, 'Look at it once, it will make you crazy...we are ready to issue a challan, so wear a helmet.' In the second it is written 'Old passwords are not repeated, they are forgotten' and in the third it is written 'There is no difference between giving OTP and getting ruined'.

As soon as this post came out, people started making many comments. One user wrote, 'Instead of challan, accept an essay of 300 words.' Another wrote, 'Mumbai police told the one who did not wear a helmet - go away, you are the big one.'

Let us tell you that even though Sanjay Leela Bhansali's web series 'Hiramandi: The Diamond Bazaar' is getting mixed response, there is a lot of discussion about this series. This series has many stars like Manisha Koirala, Sonakshi Sinha, Aditi Rao Hydari, Richa Chadha and Sanjeeda Sheikh. 200 crores have been spent in this. In this, the story of courtesans of Lahore has been shown in a grand and spectacular manner.

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