Nushrratt Bharuccha says, ‘Zebra Crossing ho ya condom – safety matters’ in unique video on Mumbai streets

Nushrratt Bharuccha says, ‘Zebra Crossing ho ya condom – safety matters’ in unique video on Mumbai streets – Times of India

Nushrratt Bharuccha continues to promote her film ‘Janhit Mein Jaari’ in the most unique ways. This socially relevant and well-received film has been encouraging open dialogue on the important subject of safe sex and the responsible use of condoms. Keeping in line with the relevance of the subject, the makers of the film and Nushrratt have continued to spread the word.

Recently ‘Janhit Mein Jaari’ took over the streets of Juhu Circle as the zebra crossing featured interesting graffiti that depicted a very important social message. With slogans around protection, the unique campaign on the streets was an effort by the film’s team to reach masses, while pushing the subject of ‘safety’ in a creative way.

In a video, shot as Nushrratt walks across the special zebra crossing, she shared a special message, “Zebra crossing, speed breakers, seat belts aur helmets yeh saari cheezein aapke protection ke liye hoti hai. Vaise condom bhi aapke protection ke liye hota hai. Agar in rules ko aur condom ko halke mein liya; toh bohot bhaari pad sakta hai (Zebra crossing, speed breakers, seat belts and helmets are to protect you. Similarly, a condom is for your protection as well. If you take these rules lightly, you could end up in a lot of trouble). Suchna…Janhit Mein Jaari.”

Janhit Mein Jaari is produced by director of Dream Girl Raaj Shaandilyaa along with Vinod Bhanushali. The film also features Vijay Raaz, Anud Singh Dhaka and Tinnu Anand in key roles.

Source:https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/hindi/bollywood/news/ nushrratt bharuccha-says-zebra-crossing-ho-ya- condom-safety-matters-in-unique-video-on-mumbai- streets/articleshow/92260145.cms

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