Radio City, India’s leading radio network recently launched their latest campaign ‘Radio City Par Scam’ with Pratik Gandhi to urge people to get themselves vaccinated on priority. Pratik Gandhi who recently essayed the character of Harshad Shantilal Mehta in the prominent web series Scam 1992 tweaked the original dialogue from, ‘risk hai to ishq hai’ to ‘Vaccine hai to ishq hai, nahi to risk hai’ to inspire people to not lose hope and keep their perseverance on, in order to secure a booking for the vaccination slot. Radio City in Delhi is promoting the campaign Radio City Par Scam featuring actor Pratik Gandhi and broadcasting the campaign thought of ‘Vaccine hai to ishq hai, nahi to risk hai’ across all its shows from Monday to Saturday urging people to get vaccinated. On social media, Radio City is amplifying the message through social media posts and stories on its Facebook, Twitter & Instagram handles.
Actor Pratik Gandhi, added, “The people are a driving force and key constituent of the nation’s growth. Through Radio City Par Scam campaign, we are committed towards participating in combating the deadly Covid-19 crisis that has disrupted day to day activities and impacted livelihoods. I felt privileged to associate with Radio City for such a noble cause of spreading awareness about the vaccination drive, which is our only hope towards bringing down the rising number of positive cases in the country. With the love and support I have received from my fans all along, I feel responsible to urge each of them to not lose hope and keep their efforts in getting themselves vaccinated on.”