It is a well-known fact that Arjun Kapoor is an actor with a golden heart. Arjun came across an inspiring post from a frontline warrior doctor, Vanni Dutta, who is battling coronavirus and got really overwhelmed reading about her focus, dedication, and passion despite knowing that she was putting herself at risk! Arjun picked up his phone and wished her on her birthday and made it super special!
Arjun says in the video, “I was overwhelmed, I was affected, I was emotional, and I felt very small in comparison to the work that you are doing right now. I also read that it was your birthday and you couldn't celebrate it properly, so I thought I will do something small. I will wish you a very happy belated birthday.”
Arjun adds, “You are out there saving lives you are being the best doctor you can be and you are an amazing citizen for this country to look up too. Thank you, we have have been out there and we have clapped for all of you'll but i just thought I will personally connect with you and say keep up the amazing work. I love your spirit and we are safe because of people like you.”
Arjun was replying to Vanni’s story in which she said that she has been constantly battling with the fear that she will be infected by Coronavirus. She maintained that she became a doctor to save lives and she is motivated to continue doing that despite putting her life at risk. Take a look at both their posts.
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I’m grateful to @officialhumansofbombay for sharing such stories across this platform. I happen to be noticed but there are so many more health workers out there living & giving their absolutely best to serve humanity. I feel blessed and privileged to be among this community. ????????⚕️ Keep loving, keep spreading positivity & your healthcare worker is right here if you need anything, anytime. ???? Lots of love???? #Repost @officialhumansofbombay with @get_repost ・・・ “Covid-19 had just been declared a pandemic. After, when I was leaving for work one morning, for the first time I saw fear in my parents’ eyes. They asked me if I was sure I wanted to go to the hospital. But there wasn’t any doubt -- this is what I had become a doctor for. That same day, we got so many patients- there was an upsurge by hundreds. A few days later, we decided that our hospital would only take emergency surgeries and Covid-19 patients who had tested positive. The 4th floor was converted into an isolation ward. I was appointed to screen patients coming in. My first time in the screening room was the scariest. You can only pray that every patient who comes by doesn’t have the virus or is wearing a mask. My scariest moment was when this young man came in and explained his symptoms. He had all the symptoms and he told me that he may have been in contact with someone who tested positive. At that point, I was sure he had it. And just then, he coughed. All I could do was tell myself– ‘I’m protected, I won’t get it.’ And then console him to maintain his calm as well. For a month, I’ve been in contact with several Covid-19 positive patients. Yesterday was my birthday, and I woke up with a fever. It made my stomach drop and I panicked. I called my fiancé and sister -- my fiancé stays 1 block away, but I told him not to meet me; I didn’t want to even cut a cake. Luckily, the fever went down in a few hours, and I was back to my routine. It’s scary -- a doctor I know got it. I had a patient who was constantly coughing and had a lump in her breast– I performed the surgery. Throughout, I just prayed that she wasn’t positive. It’s a tough job– it gets stressful, depressing at times and can give you an
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