Watch Mumbaikars dance to ‘In Da Getto’ as part of Sunday Street initiative

To bring joy to the daily life of the citizens, the events are hosted by the Mumbai Police as part of the “Sunday Street” initiative, which also brings people happiness online. Now, in a video shared by the Mumbai Police Commissioner, locals are seen busy taking some street dance lessons.

Taking to Twitter, Mumbai Police Commissioner Sanjay Pandey shared a video of a group of women doing fun dances for J. Balvin & Skrillex’s “In da ghetto”. With a coach up front, the group of females were seen bursting into line with his strides in high spirits, as they cheered together making the weekend filled with positive energy and joy.

“Nariman Point today. Mumbaikars,” Pandey wrote on Twitter sharing the heart-winning snaps online.

Besides the dance party, Sunday’s program was a star-studded event where Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar was joined by Maharashtra Home Minister Dilip Wallis Patel and senior officials of Marine Drive. At Sunday’s event, the actor was seen riding a self-balancing electric bicycle and scooters, an electric bike, on the streets.

While netizens liked the initiative, which aims to create a sense of citizenry and a better connection to public spaces, many urged the police commissioner to introduce it in more locations. Responding to people’s inquiries, Pandey said recreational activities, which include yoga, skiing, cycling and much more, are already operating at 12 locations. Mulund, Chambor, Charkop, and Dala, Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC), Carter Road, also Lokhandwala, Pandey said in responses to his followers.

Reservation of a few hours every Sunday, as streets are closed to vehicular traffic, is gaining popularity around the world, and Mumbai also launched the initiative earlier in March. With the mantra of reclaiming roads by making them safer, inclusive and accessible to citizens of all age groups, the projects have captured hearts.

While in previous cases, even the police force They brought their khaki studio To engage the locals to give a live show for free, at other times the Commissioner of Police also joined the locals on cycling trips.

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“Sunday Streets, a Mumbai Police initiative to revive the ‘Spirit of Mumbai’ in its streets has been a huge success and I cannot thank Mumbaikars enough for the vitality they added to the city’s Sunday morning,” Pandey said in a statement.

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