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With Message To Stay Positive, Mumbai Doctor Dances To 'Garmi' Song In PPE Suit

The clip that went viral, shows the doctor dancing in a hospital setting while wearing a full PPE kit.

With Message To Stay Positive, Mumbai Doctor Dances To 'Garmi' Song In PPE Suit
A Mumbai-based doctor posted a video of herself on social media dancing to a Bollywood number while wearing a full PPE kit. | Instagram
With Message To Stay Positive, Mumbai Doctor Dances To 'Garmi' Song In PPE Suit
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2020-07-04T11:48:42+05:30

Even as Covid-19 cases in India continue to mount with frontline healthcare workers facing increasing pressure and risk of infection, a Mumbai doctor decided to lift the spirits of her colleagues by dancing to a Bollywood song while wearing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).

“We won’t let the negativity of the situation get to us even while serving the patients in this garmi-ful but oh so graceful outfit,” wrote Mumbai-based doctor Richa Negi in an Instagram post sharing a video of herself dancing to the song ‘Garmi' from the film ‘Street Dancer 3D‘.

The clip that went viral, shows the doctor dancing in a hospital setting while wearing a full PPE kit.

"HAPPY DOCTOR’s DAY to all my colleagues & the frontline workers out there putting up a brave smile in the face of this adversity & doing their best to help the nation," Negi wrote in her post.

 
 
 
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We Won’t Let The Negativity Of The Situation Get To Us Even While Serving The Patients In This GARMI-ful But Oh So Graceful Outfit🤯💯 . HAPPY DOCTOR’s DAY To All My Colleagues & The FrontLine Workers Out There Putting Up A Brave Smile In The Face Of This Adversity & Doing Their Best To Help The Nation🙏🏻 . If We Can Stay Positive Through Risking Our Lives, Y’all Can Be A Lil Positive Too About This Extended Lockdown.! Stay Home Peepz🏡 . Always Loved The Vibe Of This Song But Now That It Clearly Matches The Feeling of Every Doctor Wearing The PPE KIT, (haaye garmi).! I Couldn’t Stop From Making A Video On It💃🏻💕 . @norafatehi @varundvn @badboyshah You Guys Were So Amazing In This😻 If Only I Could Match Up To Half Of What These Guys Do Everyday👉🏻 @dharmesh0011 @raghavjuyal @remodsouza @rahuldid @sushi1983 @suresh_kingsunited @shraddhakapoor @moonlight_chandni @iamkrutimahesh @punitjpathakofficial @perysheetal17 💙 . . PS: I Feel Like A TellyTubbie On A Mission.! . Also Thankyouuu @adityabhansali_ for editing this & @rajkeralia97 for helping me with this.!💛 . . #dance #dancer #choreography #love #norafatehi #doctorsday #instagood #instagram #bollywood

A post shared by Richa (@dr.richa.negi) on Jun 30, 2020 at 11:32pm PDT

She further said, "If we can stay positive through risking our lives, y’all can be a lil positive too about this extended lockdown.!"

Previously,  a video of sixty Indian doctors from across the country dancing to the song 'Happy' by Pharrel Williams had taken the internet by a storm.

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