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Mumbai Police Takes Zack Snyder’s Justice League’s Help To Request Everyone To Wear Masks As COVID-19 Cases Continue To Rise (View Pic)

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Everyone’s going gaga over Zack Snyder’s Justice League as it delivered on its promise of providing wholesome entertainment to DC fans. Meanwhile, Maharashtra is getting overwhelmed by rising COVID-19 cases. Yesterday, Mumbai alone saw 5076 new coronavirus cases. Perhaps fuelled by that, Mumbai Police decided to take Justice League‘s help to create its own League of Protectors. The official Twitter handle of Mumbai Police shared an image where a mask takes centre stage flanked by the insignias of Batman, , Flash and Wonder Woman. Mumbai Police Uses Main Hoon Na’s Scene To Advocate Wearing Masks And Twitterati Proves Shah Rukh Khan And Salman Khan Always Believed In Social Distancing (Tweets)

Mumbai Police’s Twitter handle has often used trending movies or a viral topic to make its account current. That has helped them grow their handle much more than it already did. The wit and wisecracks of the handle have often made many applaud.

Check out their recent Justice League way of requesting everyone to wear masks.

During the lockdowns last year, Mumbai Police used innovative ways to put across their point of maintaining social distancing and wearing masks. It included videos from Shah Rukh Khan’s Main Hoon Na which went viral. Twitter users even added to it by sharing memes on how Salman Khan and Shah Rukh always believed in social distancing in their movies.

(The above story first appeared on Onhike on Mar 25, 2021 09:37 AM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our onhike.com).

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Matias A’vone Is Paving His Own Path in the Music Industry

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Matias A’vone Is Paving His Own Path in the Music Industry

Matias A’vone, a rapper from Washington, D.C. is making several news publications with his extraordinary rapping and singing skills. The musician has become an inspiration for many youngster’s who wish to pursue their passion for music in ’s ever evolving music industry.

His music is available on all streaming sites and he is steadily increasing in popularity on his social media platforms. With his skilled song writing, the rap musician Matias A’vone is helping to pave the way for future rising D.C. artists.

Matias A’vone knows a lot about making music being a self taught rapper and singer. He’s even gone the extra mile to mix and master many of his own tracks. This has allowed him to network successfully with many music acts. In fact Matias has been connected to a few major names in the industry such as Chloe x Halle. Back in 2012 Matias helped Chloe and Halle win the fifth season of Radio Disney’s “Next Big Thing” resulting in the two making a cameo on Austin and Ally, as well as going on to sign with Beyoncé. He discovered the two singers competing and used his massive following to shift the votes into their favor over several rounds. Over the years Matias has maintained his relationship with the two.

Matias also worked with Mindless Behavior member, Princeton Perez. The two share the song “Show You”, which currently boasts over 50 thousand streams on Spotify. The track was originally released to SoundCloud back in 2018 racking up over 1 Million streams on the platform. The song appears on his latest project “Emotional Support”.

In a very scarce amount of time, he has risen to a new height in the hip-hop world as well as making a mark for his hometown.

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Mika Singh: Get Off Social Media and Help People Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Mika Singh: Get Off Social Media and Help People Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic

Mika Singh feels people ought to stop indulging in Twitter sermonising and do some actual work if they want to pitch in with help amidst the Covid pandemic. The singer has initiated a food service (Langar Seva) under his NGO, and had kickstarted his efforts on Monday offering free meals to bus drivers, street kids, poor and the needy. “When the Farmers’ Protest took place and the farmers needed help, people indulged in Twitter-baazi, they kept tweeting that we will do this and we will do that, but nothing came out of it. There is no need to show support on Twitter, step outside and help, do the actual bit. Sameera Reddy Shares Few Tips To Tackle Post-COVID 19 Weakness (Watch Video).

“Whenever there is an issue, people just hop onto Twitter and start writing. It’s my humble request to people, do actual help and stop bayaan baazi (sermonising) on Twitter,” said Mika. Mika has been an avid supporter of the farmers’ protest and still supports the cause, but believes that Covid is a issue and everyone should start doing their bit. Akshay Kumar Gives a Shout Out to His African Fan Club For Donating Food Items to the Disabled.

He said: “I am certain that the government will take a decision. There is no one bigger than government and this matter (the farmers’ protest) should be resolved quickly. But right now, people are dying of hunger rather than coronavirus. We should also worry about people who are still alive and on road. People on road need food, the unemployed need food, people ’t have drinking water, clothes to wear and place to sleep, and it’s time we take into consideration as well.”

Asked whether the entertainment industry was facing a backlash for not doing enough for people and just making tall claims on social media platforms, Mika replied: “I love Bollywood and I respect it. See, there are people who are actually doing good work and helping others, but there is huge brigade of people who just want to wear expensive shoes and watches. To that I say, if god has blessed you with good fortune, please help someone in need as well.”

(The above story first appeared on Onhike on May 11, 2021 11:31 PM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website onhike.com).

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Asha Negi Takes a Dig at Celebrities Posing While Getting the COVID-19 Vaccine (View Post)

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Asha Negi Takes a Dig at Celebrities Posing While Getting the COVID-19 Vaccine (View Post)

TV star Asha Negi on Tuesday took a potshot at celebrities who make a big deal about posing for videos and pictures while getting vaccinated. “To all the actors who are uploading their vaccination videos… yaar awareness ke liye thik hai but please itni overacting mat kiya karo, bohot annoying ho jaata hai (buddy, spreading awareness is a good thing but please cut down on the overacting, it gets annoying)!” Asha said in a note she posted on Instagram. Sameera Reddy Shares Few Tips To Tackle -COVID 19 Weakness (Watch Video).

She had a further dig while captioning the note. “Please yaar! Aur haan log pooch rahe hain videographer khud le ja rahe ho ya hospital is providing (people wonder if you took the videographer along or if the hospital provided )?” went the caption. Friends in the industry as well as fans loved her post. “Someone said it!!” wrote Rahul Sharma said. Amitabh Bachchan Recites Late Father and Poet Harivansh Rai Bachchan’s Words; Asks Everyone to Come Together To Defeat COVID-19 (Watch Video).

Check Out Asha Negi’s Instagram Post Below:

 

“Abhi to pata ni kya kya dekhna padega aur kis kis ko.. (who knows what else one will have to see next) @ashanegi,” Nia Sharma wrote, in response to Asha’s post. Meiyang Chang wrote: “Tu hamesha sach bol deti hai jaanemann (you always state facts).” Other TV celebs including Anita Hasnandani, Ravi Dubey, Sanjeeda Shaikh and Heli Daruwala responded with laughter emojis.

(The above story first appeared on Onhike on May 11, 2021 11:00 PM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website onhike.com).

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