As a mark of tribute to Maharashtra Police in their efforts to fight against Covid-19 lockdown, famous personalities and leading bollywood superstars have been changing their Twitter display picture (DP) to Maharashtra police logo on Sunday.
The initiative was started by Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh, who on Saturday tweeted that he has decided to celebrate Maharashtra police by changing the DP on social medias Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to their logo.
Taking to Twitter, Filmmaker Karan Johar, thanked the Mumbai Police for working tirelessly and relentlessly to ensure the safety of the citizens.
The Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan also changed his Twitter DP as a mark of solidarity with Maharashtra Police.
Singham actor Ajay Devgn also joined the initiative.
Akshay Kumar, who plays the role of a cop in his upcoming movie Sooryavanshi, also followed suit.
Indian cricket team skipper Virat Kohli changed his Twitter DP to the logo of Maharashtra police in a bid to laud their efforts for the fight against coronavirus. Also he had asked everyone to join him in this endeavour.
Joining Virat Kohli in his move, former Indian pacer Zaheer Khan also changed his DP.
Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar has joined the initiative by thanking the Maharashtra Police.
India head cricket coach Ravi Shastri joined hands with Maharashtra Police by showing the spirit of Mumbai Warriors
Bollywood couple, Riteish Dekhmukh and Genelia Deshmukh have also joined by changing their DP.
Many other sports persons and athelets such as Yuvraj Walmiki (Indian National Hockey Player), Indian cricketers Kedar Jadhav and Dhawal Kulkarni, bollywood stars Madhuri Dixit, Sonu Sood, Varun Dhavan, Sidharth Malhotra, Rashami Desai, Tisca Chopra, Suniel Shetty, Athiya Shetty, Anandya Pandey, Gulshan Grover, Aamir Ali, Himanshu Kohli, Hina Khan, Dino Morea, Bhagyashree, and marathi stars like Swapnil joshi, Sonalee, have also changed their social media pictures.
The Maharashtra Police have thanked each and every celebrity who have changed their display pictures by responding to them individually.