Stop violence against doctors, says Bhumi Pednekar

Doctors, nurses, medical staff members and people working in health-care sectors are leading the battle against COVID-19 from the front and sacrificed their own lives in the line of duty. Bollywood actress Bhumi Pednekar always comes forward to help out people by donating whooping amount or standing with needy via social media. Today, Bhumi through her twitter handle expressed disapproval of the violence against frontline workers and doctors.

Bhumi wrote, “Violence towards our doctors and frontline workers is completely unacceptable and quite appalling. Our medical sector has been working tirelessly over the last 14 months, the least we can do is show our support, gratitude & compassion towards them. #stopviolenceagainstdoctors.”

Soon after Pednekar’s post, several doctors and health workers from across India thanked her for standing with them by commenting on her post.

Recently, 50-year-old paediatrics Dr. Deepak was brutally assaulted while he was cycling home for lunch by four persons including the relative of the minor boy suffering from dengue, who later died. A day earlier, a doctor was beaten up after a COVID-19 patient died in Assam.

On the professional front, Bhumi has completed shooting for Harshavardhan Kulkarni’s family drama film Badhaai Do alongside Rajkummar Rao, sequel to the 2018 comedy film Badhaai Ho. She will further be seen in Karan Johar’s action-drama film Takht and Shashank Khaitan’s spy comedy film Mr. Lele.

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