In­sta-safe with Mum­bai po­lice

Mid Day - - CITY -

A pop­u­lar photo-shar­ing plat­form’s lat­est fea­ture has got us ask­ing some ques­tions, quite lit­er­ally. The new ques­tions sticker up­date for In­sta­gram Sto­ries has fam­ily and friends an­swer­ing each other’s cra­zi­est ques­tions in a fun yet or­gan­ised way. Even celebrities like ac­tors Sonam Kapoor and Shahid Kapoor have jumped on the band­wagon to tease up­com­ing movies and in­ter­act with their fans. How­ever, the Mum­bai Po­lice ad­vised In­sta­gram users on their Twit­ter ac­count to be cau­tious about the in­for­ma­tion they give out on pub­lic ac­cess plat­forms. With quirky memes the city’s po­lice force asked users to re­port any sus­pi­cious ques­tions. An­swer­ing ques­tions might be a thrill, but los­ing per­sonal in­for­ma­tion is not.

PIC/ATUL KAMBLE

It seems as if the mon­soon gloom has got­ten to John Abra­ham who was spot­ted at at an event in Ban­dra East on Fri­day, look­ing ex­hausted.

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