National Doctor’s Day 2021 is globally celebrated on July 1. On this special day, we thank and acknowledge Healthcare workers for their hard work. In order to express their gratitude towards all the health workers for their selfless work, Bollywood celebrities including Amitabh Bachchan, Ajay Devgn, Mahesh Babu, and others recently took their social media and penned down thankful messages.
Amitabh Bachchan took to his Twitter and penned a heartfelt note, “On International Doctors Day .. salutations and great pride for the Doctors of India, IMA who have fought and continue the fight against this dreaded virus, selflessly at great personal risk .. in the service of the country and humanity.”
Madhuri Dixit wrote, “Wishing the real-life superheroes, our pricey docs a really #HappyDoctorsDay. Large respect & gratitude to them for serving us all throughout these dire occasions & saving lives every single day. Dil se thanks.”
Ajay Devgn also wrote Ajay Devgn wrote, Doctors & Mothers are the two most important people in life after the Almighty Folded hands. Today, my thoughts & prayers are with the medical fraternity, who’ve served us selflessly through this pandemic. And, even otherwise. #NationalDoctorsDay.
Shilpa Shetty shared a video on her Instagram
Mahesh Babu wrote, “Saviours of life. The greatest heroes of all time! Your contribution and commitment to the welfare of humanity are unparalleled. A big thank you to all the doctors out there! Gratitude always #DoctorsDay.”
Kajol wrote, “Every day you leave behind your loved ones to serve the nation. We are and will be, forever indebted to you. Thank you Happy #NationalDoctorsDay.”
Kichcha Sudeep wrote, “Heartfelt due to all of the Docs internationally for having risked your lives into serving us, for having labored 24/7 to safeguard our households, whereas your individual had been praying on your return. Many thanks and prayers on your security and well-being. Completely happy Docs Day.”
The day is dedicated to all the doctors and healthcare workers for their selfless services towards the people. Amid the covid-19 pandemic, it has reminded us about the contributions of health care workers across the world.