In the midst of rising COVID-19 cases, the situation has become scary, horrifying and emotional. Almost every family has lost one of their loved ones in this last one year. The situation continues to become grim leaving people helpless. During such vulnerable times, a final sight of your family has the potential to lessen the pain. In a similar attempt, a son sang the heartbreaking song 'Tera mujhse hai pehle' to his dying mother on video call.
An emotional post was penned down by Doctor Dipshikha Ghosh who was attending to the patient. She wrote that as she knew the woman was not going to make it, she made a final video call to her family. During the call, the son asked for sometime and sang a beautiful song as a farewell to his mother.
The doctor kept holding the phone and the nurses came in as well. The son sang the song, 'Tera mujhse hai pehle ka nata koi' which is about a relation between mother and son before they separated for years.
The doctor also said that Mrs. Sangamitra Chatterjee and her son, Mr. Soham Chatterjee's, bond has changed the meaning of this song forever. Their love will remain in the staff's mind forever.
The post went viral on twitter leaving the netizens weeping for the beautiful duo.
Meanwhile, India reported over 3 lakh cases in the last 24 hours. The second wave has mainly affected regions of Maharashtra, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala.
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