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COVID Warrior: Hrithik Roshan Reacts To The Viral Video Of Assam-Based Doctor Dancing To The Song From His Film

To cheer patients battling COVID-19, an ENT surgeon from Assam dances on a Bollywood movie song

COVID Warrior: Hrithik Roshan Reacts To The Viral Video Of Assam-Based Doctor Dancing To The Song From His Film

New Delhi: Clad in a full PPE kit, an Assam-based doctor dances his way to cheer his COVID ward patients. His energetic performance in front of coronavirus patients spread cheer across the country on day when India’s total case count neared 75.5 lakh.

The video in which Dr Arup Senapati, an ENT surgeon, who works at Assam’s Silchar medical college is seen dancing to the song Ghungroo from the movie War while wearing the protective gear, was shared on Twitter by Dr Syed Faizan Ahmad one day ago, and has since garnered over 5 lakh views.

Sharing the video, Dr Ahmad said,

Meet my #COVID duty colleague Dr Arup Senapati an ENT surgeon at Silchar medical college Assam. Dancing in front of COVID patients to make them feel happy.

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Since being posted online, the video has gained over 22,000 ‘likes’ and a ton of appreciative comments.

The video has also got a big thumbs up from actor Hrithik Roshan who in reel life performed on song ‘Ghungroo’. Sharing the video of the doctor, the actor said, 

Tell Dr Arup I’m gonna learn his steps and dance as good as him someday in Assam . Terrific spirit.

One Twitter user wrote,

Hats off, after so much of stressful days they have, to do this with such ease, bow my head with respect

Calling the frontline workers, the true warriors in COVID-19 fight, another user said,

Indeed, hats off to Dr. Arup Senapati, he has put his heart and soul into the dance, very concerned about his patients. Thank you so much you too, Dr. Ahmad for sharing. You all are great warriors.

Please Convey our regards. Covid-19 Patients are under stress and fear. Going out of the way to Relax them is really amazing, added another Twitter user.

This is not the first time; a doctor is seen dancing to Bollywood tunes during the pandemic. Since the onset of coronavirus crisis in the world, several professionals, from doctors to police personnel, who have been working non-stop to ensure the safety of people, have started to engage in activities that help ease the pressure off, such as dancing. In June, a video of three doctors from Bengaluru’s Victoria Hospital dancing to an old Hindi song while wearing PPE kits had also gained a lot of attention on social media.

In Numbers: India’s Coronavirus Cases

This morning, the country reported a jump of 55,722 coronavirus infections in 24 hours, which is being tagged as the lowest since early August 11 (53,601) – taking India’s total tally to 75.5 lakh, as per the data shared by the Health Ministry. In the 24-hour period, India, which is the second worst-hit country, reported 579 COVID-19 deaths, which is lowest since July 19 (543). Currently, country’s total number of fatalities stand at 1,14,610 with a fatality rate of 1.53 per cent due to the coronavirus. 

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