Mumbai Police's New Uniform By Manish Malhotra Has Twitter In Splits

Designer Manish Malhotra was felicitated at Umang 2020 for designing the uniform. The uniform comprises of a navy blue bandhgala kurta with tassled shoulders, a white pajama with a red belt and a mavala turban.

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Designed by Manish Malhotra, Mumbai Police's ceremonial uniforms has been the talk of the town since it was showcased. It comprises of a navy blue bandhgala kurta with tassled shoulders, a white pajama with a red belt and a mavala turban.  

Manish Malhotra received felicitation for his collection of the ceremonial uniforms at Umang 2020, the annual Mumbai Police show which was telecast on January 26. In an interview with ANI, Malhotra stated that from a designer to an icon, the journey has been overwhelming for him. 2020 was a very special year for him as he completes 30 years of costume designing in the movies and has worked with four generations of actors. 

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With some twitteratis comparing the uniform to that of Colonial India to others questioning about how it can be worn in Mumbai's sweltering heat, Mumbai Police's tweet had twitter in splits. A twitterati also said that more than maintaining law and order, the uniform will provide a perfect opportunity for Mumbaikars to click a selfie with it. Here are some of the best responses: 

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