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SEE: Assam doctor dances to cheer up Covid patients

Last updated on: October 19, 2020 16:12 IST
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For the past few months, people across the world are dealing with the ongoing pandemic. There are several professionals, from doctors to police personnel, who keep on working tirelessly to ensure the safety of others in these challenging times.

Not just that, at times, they also engage in activities that help spread positivity and joy among everyone during these perilous times.


Case in point, this video of an ENT surgeon named Arup Senapati who is dancing to spread some happiness among Covid positive patients.

Check out the video winning hearts on Twitter


Video: @drsfaizanahmad/Twitter

The video was shared on Twitter by Dr Syed Faizan Ahmad one day ago, and has since garnered over 2 lakh views on the microblogging platform.

According to Dr Ahmad, the video features ENT surgeon Dr Arup Senapati shaking a leg in front of COVID-19 patients at Silchar Medical College, Assam. In the video, the doctor can be seen dressed in full
protective gear while showing off some impressive dance moves and even replicating Hritik Roshan's signature step from the song -- 'Ghungroo' from the movies War.

Since being posted online, the video has garnered over 19,000 'likes' along with 2 lakh views and a ton of appreciative comments.

"He's too good. And salute to him and all the front line warriors holding up in these testing times. We are indebted," wrote one Twitter user.

Hrithik Roshan applauded the positive spirit of Assam-based ENT surgeon Dr Arup Senapati for his performance on the song 'Ghungroo' went viral on internet.

Hrithik also shared the video on his Twitter page and praised Senapati's dancing skills.

"Tell Dr Arup I'm gonna learn his steps and dance as good as him someday in Assam. Terrific spirit," he wrote responding to Ahmad's tweet.

-- With inputs from PTI

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