Alia Bhatt sends a token of gratitude to doctors and health care workers in Mumbai - EasternEye

Alia Bhatt sends a token of gratitude to doctors and health care workers in Mumbai

Instagram: Alia Bhatt
Instagram: Alia Bhatt

In these difficult times, the most important thing is to support and motivate each other. Doctors and health care workers are giving their best to beat the coronavirus and are taking care of the patients day and night. Well, recently, as a small gesture of gratitude, Alia Bhatt sent a box of snacks to the doctors and health care workers in Mumbai.

Dr. Shripad Gangapurkar of KEM Hospital in Mumbai took to Twitter to share the picture of the snack box and thank Alia. He tweeted, “Thank you @aliaa08 for such a sweet surprise..much appreciated in these bitter times of pandemic..!!”

When a Twitter user asked Dr. Shripad about it, he replied, “Aliaa sent Chocolates as a token of gratitude to all the doctors and health care workers out there fighting the coronavirus pandemic in Mumbai.”

Alia has also sent a note with the boxes which read, “Thank you for all you are doing to keep the community healthy and safe. You are the real heroes.”

Well, fans Alia can’t stop praising the actress for her sweet gesture. Check out the tweets of her fans here…

Talking about Alia’s movies, the actress has as many as five films in her kitty. The actress has movies like Sadak 2, Brahmastra, Gangubai Kathiawadi, RRR, and Takht in her kitty. Sadak 2, Brahmastra and Gangubai Kathiawadi are slated to release this year, but the shooting of all the three films is not yet completed and due to lockdown it has been stalled.

RRR is slated to release in January next year and Takht is scheduled to hit the screens in December 2021. Let’s see if the release dates of these films will be affected due to lockdown or not.

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