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Bollywood Fraternity Celebrates National Doctors’ Day 2021 On Social Media, Express Their Gratitude To Doctors

National Doctors’ Day 2021: From actor Amitabh Bachchan to Ajay Devgn to Bhumi Pednekar, various Bollywood celebrities took to social media to thank doctors for working tirelessly during the COVID-19 pandemic

National Doctors’ Day 2021: All You Need To Know About The Day Celebrating Our Saviours Amid COVID-19
  • Actor Amitabh Bachchan lauded the doctors fighting Novel Coronavirus
  • Actor Randeep Hooda appreciated doctors’ selfless service to the nation
  • We are and will be, forever indebted to you, wrote actor Kajol for doctors

New Delhi: As the nation celebrates National Doctors Day on Thursday (July 1), several Bollywood celebrities took to social media to extend gratitude to all the doctors and health care professionals working tirelessly amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Taking to his Twitter handle, megastar Amitabh Bachchan posted a folded hands picture and wrote, “On International Doctors Day .. salutations and great pride for the Doctors of India, IMA who have fought and continue the fight against this dreaded virus, selflessly at great personal risk .. in the service of the country and humanity.”

Also Read: ‘We Are All Grateful For The Contribution Of Doctors’, Says PM Modi On National Doctors’ Day

Legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar took to her Twitter handle and wrote, “Hello. Today is Doctor’s Day. I wish all the doctors and medical staff all the best. The more you are praised, the less it is. I pray to God that you all are always happy and you get success in every work.”

Saluting the real-life heroes, Kajol tweeted, “Every day you leave behind your loved ones to serve the nation. We are and will be, forever indebted to you. Thank you. Happy #NationalDoctorsDay.”

Also Read: Doctors On COVID Duty Recall The Horrifying Second Wave And Its Impact On Mental Health

Randeep Hooda also extended gratitude to all the doctors and appreciated their selfless service to the nation.

“Not all heroes wear capes, they are the ones who take responsibility of saving millions of lives, working around the clock, keeping their duty above everything! Saluting the real heroes of humanity! Happy Doctors Day, a day is not enough to thank you all! #NationalDoctorsDay,” he tweeted.

Also Read: ‘Like Going To War’ A Young Doctor Describes Working In Covid Ward During The Second Wave

Superstar Ajay Devgn posted a heart-touching video of frontline workers, and how they were tirelessly working to fight the deadly COVID-19. The video was captioned as, “Doctors & Mothers are the two most important people in life, after the Almighty. Today, my thoughts & prayers are with the medical fraternity, who’ve served us selflessly through this pandemic. And, even otherwise. #NationalDoctorsDay.”

Also Read: Remembering The Doctors India Lost In The Fight Against COVID-19

Bhumi Pednekar also took to Instagram to salute the doctors and health care professionals. She shared a short clip that features her thanking the doctors for working tirelessly amid the pandemic. The actor captioned the post, “A big salute to all our doctors #NationalDoctorsDay.”

Stars like Sonu Sood, Sidharth Malhotra, Dia Mirza and others also extended heartfelt wishes on the occasion.

National Doctor’s Day is celebrated every year in India on July 1 to appreciate the selfless hard work done by the doctors in the country.

Also Read: “The Trauma and Pain Of Being A COVID Doctor Is Unbeatable,” A Frontline Worker Shares His Story

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)

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