The entire nation has come together to fight the deadly coronavirus which has infected thousands of people in India as of now. Amid the crisis, the doctors as well as the police men have been helping the citizens and the police departments are leaving no stone unturned to spread awareness among the common public about coronavirus and looks like they are finding creative ways to do that. Also Read - Kerala Police's Hand Washing Dance Amid Coronavirus Outbreak Goes Viral, Watch Video

The Nagpur Police decided to create awareness in a hilarious and creative way among the people of Nagpur. They made a funny meme which has been inspired by Rohit Shetty directorial superhit film Chennai Express featuring Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone. Also Read - Army Commander Warns of Terror Attack in South India, Kerala Police Chiefs Maintain Vigil



Giving a funny turn to Shah Rukh’s famous dialogue – “Don’t underestimate the power of a common man,” Nagpur police shared a hilarious photo on Twitter.  Sharing a picture of Shah Rukh and Deepika sitting at opposite ends of a bench, they wrote on Twitter, “Don’t underestimate the power of social distancing.” Also Read - Kerala Police Issues Lookout Notices Against 8 SFI Members Accused of 'Attempt to Murder'



However, it is not only Nagpur police who is using such innovative measures. Last month, Delhi Police shared a meme of Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter in his invisibility cloak, and wrote, “You might not see us but we are watching you.”

“We’re vigilant & everywhere! Strict legal action will be taken against any attempt to spread rumours on social media in the guise of #AprilFoolsDay,” read their tweet.

Mumbai police also shared a funny tweet recently that read, “Bulati hai magar janeka nai (She will call you over but don’t go).” Their tweet read, “Jo Virus Hai Vo Phaillane Ka Nai (Don’t spread the virus)! #TakingOnCorona #Coronavirus #CovidIndia.”

The massive coronavirus outbreak has killed more than 114 people in India and has infected over 3700 people in the country. Worldwide, the death toll has surpassed 69,000 and over 10 lakh people have been infected.