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Video of doctors from Rajasthan singing Chhodo Kal Ki Baatein goes viral. Twitter lauds the heroes

A video of doctors in hazmat suits and face masks singing Chhodo Kal KI Baatein from Hum Hindustani has gone viral.

Video of doctors from Rajasthan singing Chhodo Kal Ki Baatein goes viral. Twitter lauds the heroes

A video of doctors singing in Rajasthan has gone viral. Photo:Twitter/ Rohit Kumar Singh

Doctors and nurses are the real heroes who are fighting on the front lines against the novel coronavirus.

A video of a group of doctors from Rajasthan singing Chhodo Kal Ki Baaten from the film Hum Hindustani is going viral. The clip was shared by Rohit Kumar Singh, Additional Chief Secretary Department of Medical Health & Family Welfare Government of Rajasthan.

He shared the video with the caption, "At the epicentre of Covid-19 in Rajasthan Government Hospital in Bhilwara - Drs Mushtaq, Gaur & Prajapat, paramedics Mukesh, Sain, Gyan, Urwashi, Sarfaraz and Jalam are working 24*7 to beat Coronavirus. Take a bow, you are our true heroes! This is the spirit of new India."

The 57-second video is from the Bhilwara hospital in Rajasthan, where the novel coronavirus-positive patients are being treated. The heartwarming clip shows a group of six doctors posing for the video as one of them sings the song. All six doctors are fully covered in hazmat suits, preventive glasses and face masks. In the end, more doctors join them.

The video, which was shared on March 25, became a hit online and garnered over 135.7k views. Comments started flooding in on the post with Twitterati lauding the doctors and showing their appreciation.

Have a look.

This is the best thing on the internet. You can listen to the original song here.

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