Did Neville Longbottom forget? Mumbai Police has reply to another LOL post


The Mumbai Police shared this image of Neville Longbottom. (With regards: MumbaiPolice)

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  • “The thing is, I don’t remember what I’ve forgotten,” read the text
  • The caption reads, “Your mask Neville, you’ve forgotten your mask”
  • They added the hashtags #RemembrallReminders and #WearYourMask

new Delhi:

Long ago Neville Longbottom was a worthy griffindor who cut Lord Voldemort’s deadliest horcrux (read Nagini), a shy and extremely forgetful child. You may or may not be Potterhead, but there have also been times when you have become forgetful like Neville Longbottom and guess who used that opportunity to spread the spells of safety? The Mumbai Police, of course. On Tuesday, the Mumbai Police shared a Neville Longbottom from the 2001 film Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. In the meme, Neville can be seen holding a Remembrell that was sent to him by his grandmother. For the uninvited, it was a marble-shaped ball with smoke that turned red when its owner had forgotten something (a common problem faced by Neville). The text on the mem read, “The thing is, I don’t remember what I forgot.” The caption on the Mumbai Police’s post reads, “Your mask Neville, you have forgotten your mask.”

Mumbai Police Decided to remind people to wear masks amid the coronavirus epidemic. He added a few hashtags to the post, which were #RemembrallReminders, #WearYourMask and #SpellsOfSafety. See the post here:

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, Directed by Chris Columbus and distributed by Warner Bros., was based on JK Rowling’s famous 1997 novel Harry Potter and Darshanik’s stone. First installment of super popular Harry potter The series stars several others, including its principle characters Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe), Ron Weasley (Rupert Grint), Hermione Granger (Emma Watson) and Professor Severus Snape (Alan Rickman). The final part of the series released in July 2011.

Meanwhile, the Mumbai Police’s social media handle often makes pop culture references in its posts. From Batman, Service friend And even Indian classics Style of ones, Memes based on many films and shows are used to maintain social difference, wear masks and spread awareness about hygiene at regular intervals.

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