Sonu Sood Shattered Over COVID-19 Patient Bharti's Death, Leaves A Heartfelt Note

Sonu Sood who has been effectively utilizing web-based media to help individuals in acquiring COVID-19 assets, as of late tweeted about how 'defenseless' he felt when he was unable to make somebody acquired a bed in the ICU. 

By Harkirpal Singh, Updated : May 08, 2021 15:03 IST
Sonu Sood Shattered Over COVID-19 Patient Bharti's Death, Leaves A Heartfelt Note
Image Source- indianexpress

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, actor Sonu Sood has arisen to be superhuman with his charity work. A year ago, the Dabangg actor won hearts when he ensured that the transient laborers arrive at the places where they grew up securely during the COVID-19 emergency.

Presently, Sonu and his group are working tenaciously to help those confronting the brunt of the second wave of the pandemic. From aiding individuals in acquiring oxygen chambers, ICU beds, clinical offices to furnishing them with food and asylum, the actor has been doing everything.

As of late, Sonu had helped in getting a COVID-19 female patient named Bharti transported in an air emergency vehicle from Nagpur to Hyderabad. Further, he had got her obliged in Apollo Hospitals in Hyderabad when he came to realize that she required an extraordinary treatment called ECMO.

Sadly, the 25-year-old young lady who had lost right around 85-90 percent of her lungs because of COVID-19, died on Friday. A shattered Sonu Sood took to his Instagram page to grieve her death with a heartwarming post. Subtitling his post as," This world will always miss you, Bharti, a young girl from Nagpur whom I airlifted on an air ambulance to Hyderabad passed away last night. Rest In Power My Dear Bharti. You fought the last month like a complete tigress on an Ecmo machine. Even though I never met you, you'll always hold a very special place in my Heart. My condolences to her entire family, I'm going to meet them very soon. life is genuinely unfair at times. "will miss you Bharti."

Should Read- COVID-19 India: Recoveries Cross 1.5 Crore Mark, Nation Registers 4 Lakh Fresh Cases In One Day

Also Read- Pakistani Superstar Mahira Khan to play a major role in Zee’s upcoming series, 'Yaar Julahay' 

Sonu who has been effectively utilizing web-based media to help individuals in benefiting COVID-19 assets, as of late tweeted about how 'defenseless' he felt when he was unable to make somebody get a bed in the ICU.  

📣 Follow SeeLatest.com at Twitter, Facebook, Instagram & Telegram. Stay updated for latest headlines.