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Mumbai Police’s quirky post about cyber crime features Sima Taparia from Indian Matchmaking; Netizens love it

For the unversed, Sima Taparia stars in Netflix India’s original series ‘Indian Matchmaking’ where she plays the role of a successful matchmaker.

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New Delhi: Mumbai Police has always made headlines with their social media posts which include a sense of humour and a whole lot of awareness about social issues. Whether it is a post on road safety or cyber security, Mumbai Police make sure that their posts attract the attention of the viewers, thus they make it quirky pop culture and movie references. In a recent post, the department took the help of Sima Taparia to inform about cyber security.

For the unversed, Sima Taparia stars in Netflix India’s original series ‘Indian Matchmaking’ where she plays the role of a successful matchmaker. Since, the streaming of the first season, Sima Taparia has become the face of several memes. Now the Mumbai Police has also joined the queue and made an interesting post out of it.

The post shows Sima Taparia saying, “I don’t feel it’s a good match. Sorry to tell you that.” Sharing the post, Mumbai Police captioned, “When we see people using their partner’s name as their password:..”

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The post went viral within a few moments of its post. The post garnered over 7k likes and was poured with comments. People praised the creativity of the department. Netizens were amused at how they made the perfect use of the dialect to spread awareness of the important social issue.

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The second season of Indian Matchmatching started streaming on August 10 on Netflix.

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