Mumbai Police uses Rahul Dravid's new advertisement to raise awareness on COVID-19

Mumbai Police uses Rahul Dravid’s new advertisement to raise awareness on COVID-19

Rahul Dravid starred in the ad for CRED, a Bangalore-based credit card bill payment platform.

Rahul Dravid in latest advertisement
Rahul Dravid in the latest advertisement. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Rahul Dravid might not be associated with the ongoing Indian Premier League at present but his name started trending all over the social media on Friday (April 9) thanks to his acting in a new television commercial. The advertisement showed a never-seen side of the batting legend’s personality as he is seen losing his cool in it.

During his playing career, Dravid rarely let his emotions get the better of him. No matter what the situation was, the former India skipper made sure to keep his anger in check. Not only with his extraordinary exploits with the bat, but Dravid also made a name for himself with his exemplary attitude. And thus his new avatar for the advertisement has taken the world by surprise.

Even the likes of Virat Kohli and Ravichandran Ashwin were taken aback by Dravid’s acting in the advertisement. The batting legend featured in an ad for CRED, a Bangalore-based credit card bill payment platform. In the commercial, Dravid can be seen shouting at others from his car angrily. In one of the scenes, he is also seen saying “Indiranagar ka gunda hun main”.

The ad began with actor Jim Sarbh saying, “When you pay your Credit Cards bills on CRED, you earn CRED coins. Use them to claim cashback and rewards. I know this sounds ridiculous. It is like saying Rahul Dravid has anger issues.” Following that, Dravid took the centre stage and has left the entire world surprised by hilariously losing his cool and shouting at others.

Rahul Dravid inspires Mumbai Police

Rahul Dravid has not only left the world surprised with his acting but has also inspired Mumbai Police. The cops have used one of the scenes from Dravid’s advertisement to raise awareness on the use of masks to defeat COVID-19. Sharing a scene from the ad, Mumbai police wrote: “Mask, seeing the virus approaching you!”

Here is the tweet from Mumbai Police

Talking about Dravid, he is one of the greatest batsmen to have represented India. The legendary batsman scored more than 10,00o runs in Tests as well as in ODIs. He also led the country before retiring from international cricket in 2011. Later, Dravid became the coach of India’s U19 and A teams. At present, he is the director of the National Cricket Academy.