It has been over a month since a nationwide-lockdown was imposed to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus. While we all stay at home, the healthcare workers, including doctors and nurses, are at the forefront fighting the new virus constantly and tirelessly.
To spread hapiness, 60 doctors from across the nation came together and danced on the famous song, Happy by Pharell Williams. The video was titled, The Song Of Hope and was shared on April 25 which marked the completion of one month of lockdown.
Another motive behind the video was to emphasise the importance of mental health during this time of crisis. The video features doctors from various states like Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai and Kanyakumari among others.
In the video, the doctors can be seen dancing in their respective homes and hospitals.
The adorable video was compiled by Rahul Kedia and posted on his Instagram page, The Ministry Of Memories, with the caption, “60 Doctors from across India coming together to put a smile on your face. Young doctors from all across India bringing some sunshine and raising awareness for mental health.”
The novel coronavirus has affected over 29 lakh people worldwide till now. In India, the number of positive cases has crossed the 27,000 mark and it has claimed more than 800 lives.
The clip became viral as soon as it was shared. Even Raveena Tandon posted the video on Twitter with the caption, “If god, forbid I’m ever even a bit unwell, I want to be treated by one of these happy doctors! (60 young doctors from around the country put together this dance video at 1-month completion of lockdown. (via What’s App) Well-done docs! And God bless! #doctorszindabad. (sic)”
If god forbid I’m ever even a bit unwell, I WANT to be treated by one of THESE HAPPY DOCTORs!!. (60 young doctors from around the country put together this dance video at 1 month completion of lockdown.(via wassap) well done docs! And god bless! #doctorszindabad pic.twitter.com/cPdaHKVwl0
— Raveena Tandon (@TandonRaveena) April 27, 2020
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