Mumbai Police shared this picture of Pankaj Tripathi. (courtesy mumbaipolice)

Highlights

  • The trailer of ‘Mirzapur 2’ launched on Tuesday
  • The meme options Pankaj Tripathi
  • Pankaj Tripathi performs the position of Kaleen Bhaiya

New Delhi:

Some issues by no means change and the explanation we introduced this up at the moment is as a result of Mumbai Police shared a publish that focuses on the truth that COVID-19 precautions are to not be taken flippantly, it doesn’t matter what. They took the assistance of Kaleen Bhaiya, the Mirzapur patriarch who guidelines the town in his personal approach. The image shared by Mumbai Police, contains a nonetheless from the trailer of Amazon Prime Video’s web-series Mirzapur 2. It has an image of Pankaj Tripathi (who performs Kaleen Bhaiya within the present) with a photoshopped masks on his face and the textual content on the meme says, “Niyam identical hoga (the foundations will stay the identical).” Mumbai Police wrote in its caption, “Them: Now that the lockdown is getting eased, lets take it straightforward on the COVID-19 precautions? Us:”

The aforementioned meme goals at spreading consciousness about following the mandatory precautions amid the coronavirus pandemic. The scene within the publish occurs to be from the trailer of Mirzapur 2, the place Pankaj Tripathi says, “Gaddi pe chahe hum rahe ya Munna, niyam identical hoga (the foundations will stay the identical no matter who sits on the throne – me or Munna).”

Take a look at the publish shared by Mumbai Police right here:

Apart from Pankaj Tripathi, Mirzapur 2 additionally options Ali Fazal, Divyendu Sharma, Shweta Tripathi, Rasika Dugal and Kulbhushan Kharbanda, who’ve reprised their roles within the second season, whereas Vijay Varma, Anjum Sharma, Isha Talwar and Amit Sialare the most recent additions to the Mirzapur household.

Mirzapur 2 has been directed by Mihir Desai and Gurmmeet Singh. The present has been co-produced by Farhan Akhtar, Ritesh Sidhwani, Kassim Jagmagia, Rupali Suresh Vaidya and Abbas Raza Khan. The present will stream on Amazon Prime Video October 23 onwards.