Lowe Lintas conceives film for Mumbai Police to promote self-policing
To strengthen the fight against COVID-19, #MainBhiMumbaiPolice asks Mumbaikars to take on the task of self-policing to ensure everyone stays inside their homes to avoid risk of infection
Social distancing and staying home are the needs of the hour and it's highly impressive how most citizens abide by the government’s advisory to fight COVID-19.
To strengthen its fight against COVID-19, Mumbai Police – along with Lowe Lintas and Mogaé Media – got Mumbaikars to shoulder this huge responsibility with the force with the film #MainBhiMumbaiPolice, which asks Mumbaikars to consider themselves an extension of the force by taking on the task of self-policing, thus ensuring that their family members stay inside their homes and keep everyone safe from any risk of infection.
Speaking about the campaign, Sagar Kapoor, CCO, Lowe Lintas, said: “The Mumbai Police is working relentlessly to keep us safe in every manner possible. With the lockdown the least we can help as citizens is to partner them in their efforts, considering they are risking themselves for us out there. Hence, the #MainBhiMumbaiPolice idea. Since it is the responsibility of each and every household to look after their family members and stop them from venturing out during the lockdown. Staying true to the spirit, the whole campaign has been created by staying at home. All partners connected digitally and executed the campaign from their respective homes.”
Commenting on the initiative, Carol Goyal, Executive Director, Mogaé Media said: “We at Mogaé have worked with the Mumbai Police in the past. This time when the pandemic problems started, we thought we must do our bit to help the police. This is an initiative by Lowe Lintas and Mogaé Media to support the Mumbai Police. We have always volunteered to help the force and they have graciously accepted our support. The campaign was then created by our friends at Lowe Lintas to whom we owe a million thanks for working round the clock during the lockdown.”
The campaign was released on Mumbai Police's Twitter handle.For more updates, be socially connected with us on
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