Amyra urges people not to harm doctors and nurses
Amyra urges people not to harm doctors and nurses
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Today 'Anegan' actress Amyra Dastur has taken to her social media page to write about how she and her family had a distressing time after her father developed health complications due to COVID-19. And she thanks the doctors and nurses who took care of him. While sharing a picture with a bunch of hospital staff, the actress, on her social media page, writes, "My father was admitted into hospital on the 12th of May 2021. I?ll never forget that feeling of utter terror and helplessness. Dad managed to stabilise by the 17th of May but had to undergo other tests which basically lead to him needing a double bypass that was conducted in Masina Hospital. Dad came home yesterday. Still recovering but definitely better.

That?s only because of the amazing doctors and nurses who made sure he fought everything and truly took care of him. I can?t thank these heroes enough. The long shifts they?re working and with constant hope in their eyes for all their patients. It truly was something else." Meanwhile, she shares her concern about reports of doctors being attacked. Talking about it, she says, " We can?t afford to hurt the people who are risking their lives to save ours. ." She uses the hashtag #stopattacksondoctors t highlight the issues. And she ends the note by urging everyone to take care of themselves and their families.

On the work front, the actress who made her Tamil debut with the 2015 film 'Anegan', has two upcoming film in Tamil - 'Kadhalai Thedi Nithya Nandha' and 'Bagheera'. The young actress has also acted in Hindi and Telugu films.

 

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