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This Mirzapur-inspired tweet by UP’s emergency service department leaves netizens impressed

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This Mirzapur-inspired tweet by UP’s emergency service department leaves netizens impressed

Netizens are impressed with a Mirzapur-inspired meme that was shared by Uttar Pradesh’s emergency service department.

Photo posted on Twitter by Call 112.

Photo posted on Twitter by Call 112.

Netizens are super excited after Amazon Prime Video announced the release date of Mirzapur Season 2. It is slated to release on October 23.

Amid all the excitement, Uttar Pradesh’s emergency service department Call 112 took to Twitter to share a creative meme based on a scene from season 1 of the series. They shared an image of the popular character Kaleen Bhaiya played by Pankaj Tripathi.

“Caller: Sir main bahot musibat mein hu, meri madad kijiye (Sir, I am in trouble, please help me),” the first sentence on the image reads. To this, the emergency service department Call 112 replies in Kaleen Bhaiya style, “Hum karte hain prabandh, aap chinta mat kariye (I’ll arrange something, don’t worry).”

“Not only #Mirzapur, 112 emergency services are available all over the state,” the caption reads.

#Mirzapur , 112 .. pic.twitter.com/AqZkPWr9HJ

— Call 112 (@112UttarPradesh) August 24, 2020

Since being shared online, the tweet has garnered over 1.2 likes. Netizens loved the creative post and took to the comments section to express their thoughts. While several users couldn’t stop laughing, others lauded the creative use of the dialogue. See some of the reactions here:

Inspired from Mirzapur

— Himansh (@himanshuag855) August 24, 2020

Okay kaleen Bhaia

— Nitesh Rai (@niteshrai077) August 24, 2020

— (@Citizen_of_IN) August 25, 2020

— Corona Virus (@SARS_CoV_2_) August 24, 2020

That’s lit

— Tarun Kumar (@k_Tarun98) August 25, 2020

— pandey ji (@MasalaChai15) August 24, 2020

Haha @TripathiiPankaj always rocks. https://t.co/r6ag9UbD6Y

— Sankalp Dubey (@sankalpdubey1) August 25, 2020

Epic https://t.co/I9ktoUYAj3

— Akash Rai (@AkashRa16534403) August 24, 2020

What do you think about Call 112’s tweet?

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