Mumbai physician dancing to ‘Garmi’ whereas carrying PPE equipment units the web on fireplace


Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, July 7

As COVID-19 instances proceed to hike in India, Dr Richa Negi from Mumbai has determined to uplift folks’s spirits by shaking a leg to the Bollywood tune ‘Garmi’, donning a full Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) go well with. 

The physician posted the clip on her Instagram account on the event of Doctor’s Day. 

With greater than eight lakh views, the video has gone viral.

It reveals the cheerful physician dancing in a hospital. 

“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 @badboyshahYou 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@shraddhakapoor@moonlight_chandni @iamkrutimahesh@punitjpathakofficial 

PS: I Feel Like A TellyTubbie On A Mission.!

Also Thankyouuu @adityabhansali_ for enhancing this & @rajkeralia97 for serving to me with this.!,” learn the caption of the video.


She even tagged Nora Fatehi and Varun Dhawan, who initially featured within the tune, after which Varun left a touch upon the video praising her. 

Netizens additionally thanked her for her service on the frontline. 



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