Mumbai police do it again. The firm’s Twitter handle attracts Twitterati’s attention yet again. The Mumbai Police social media team plays with serious things, making them simple and easy for comprehension, online. After their quirky take on ‘Gully Boy’ and ‘Don’t Drink And Drive’ meme, it is time for another mind-blowing, ‘Period. End of Sentence‘ – the Indian short film that has won the Best Documentary Short Film Award at the Oscars 2019. Also Read - George Floyd Murder: Colin Kaepernick, Who Protested Police Brutality by Kneeling During National Anthem Before NFL Games, Offers to Pay Lawyers For Minneapolis Protestors

The Mumbai Police tweeted and posted an edited version of the film’s poster, ‘If cities were given an Oscar, Mumbai would have bagged some of the trophies definitely!’ Also Read - SPB vs LSH Dream11 Team Prediction, Vincy Premier League T10 2020: Captain And Vice-Captain, Fantasy Cricket Tips Salt Pond Breakers vs La Soufriere Hikers at 9.30 PM IST



In the 26-minute film, Indian women fight the stigma surrounding menstruation and begin manufacturing sanitary pads. ‘Period. End of Sentence’ has been directed by Rayka Zehtabchi is based on the deep-rooted stereotypes related to menstruation in the rural villages of India. Also Read - Do You Know Kajol Was Pregnant While Shooting For Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham And Suffered a Miscarriage Later?

Take a look at the edited poster shared by Mumbai police:



This tweet was an instant hit. Netizens praised the Mumbai Police for providing them with round the clock protection.

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The documentary was bankrolled by Melissa Berton. Melissa was a teacher at the Oakwood School in Los Angeles who came up with The Pad Project, an organisation established by her and her inspired group of students.