New Delhi: Delhi Police North District in association with MXPlayer team organised an interactive session over VC among the Real Life Heroes of Delhi Police, leading reporters of Indian media and the Reel Life Hero Shri Mohit Raina, the main character of Bhaukal-2, on its official release.
Actor Shri Mohit Raina joined the interaction session virtually from Mumbai along with famous personalities of Indian media. On the occasion of celebrating “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav”, 75 brave hearts police personnel of North District police including Ms Anita Roy, Addl.DCP-I/North District, Ms Pragya Anand, ACP/Sadar Bazar, Inspr. Kanhaiya Lal Yadav, SHO/PS Sadar Bazar etc joined the interaction session from the office premise of PS Sadar Bazar, which has been selected as the number one Police Station of India by Ministry of Home Affairs.
The selected 75 attendees of Delhi Police included the police personnel, who had done exceptional police work like nabbing the robbers, snatchers or solving heinous cases to curb crime as well as helping the public during COVID period by donating blood/plasma to the needy, taking the senior citizen or specially abled persons to hospital for vaccination, arranging food in association with Social workers, NGOs etc.
As the Bhaukal web series is inspired from the real life story of police personnel, hence North District police took the opportunity of official release of Bhaukal-2 to boost its field functionaries through a motivational interactive session with the main character of Bhaukal-2, Shri Mohit Raina. During the interaction session, a healthy discussion was done about the positive role of police towards the society and to curb crime as well as how the police based movies and web series has helped in improving the perception of police among the public and to showcase the challenging lifestyle.
In the conclusion of the interactive session, actor Shri Mohit Chauhan said that he truly respects the sacrifices made by the police personnel towards the society on daily basis and especially during COVID time and expressed his gratitude to the police of all over India for their selfless services.
It further comes out that the actual meaning of Bhaukal is “to create fear among the criminals about the Law and generate confidence among the common man.” North Delhi and Delhi Police at large resonates this philosophy of intolerance to the organised crime/street crime and upholding Rule of Law at all costs.