AR Rahman thanks medical professionals for 'bravery and selflessness' under COVID-19 pandemic
Music director AR Rahman On Wednesday he wrote a message, dedicating it to thanking the doctors, nurses and all staff working in hospitals and clinics across India for their bravery and selflessness.
The composer shares the rather long message in Twitter , where he not only thanked the medical fraternity but also emphasized the importance of unity, humanity and security measures in the midst of coronavirus crisis
Beginning the note with Dear Friends, the legendary musician wrote: This message is to thank the doctors, nurses and all the staff working in hospitals and clinics across India for their bravery and selflessness.
It fills our hearts to see how ready they are to face this most terrible pandemic. They risk their lives to save ours, he added.
The musician emphasized that it is time to forget the differences and unite against the invisible enemy that has upset the world.
He also urged people to put their humanity and spirituality into action and to help neighbors, senior citizens, disadvantaged workers and migrants.
God is within your heart (the holiest shrine), so this is not the time to wreak havoc by gathering in religious places, added the Academy winner.
In addition, he stressed the importance of following government rules and taking the necessary precautionary measures.
Let's be kind and thoughtful, the lives of many millions are in our hands, concluded the musician.
This message is to thank doctors, nurses and all staff working in hospitals and clinics across India, f… https://t.co/45LeJpSXbr - A.R. Rahman (@arrahman) 1585748902000
Earlier Thursday, the singer had announced that he was postponing this year's music tour of North America due to the coronavirus pandemic.