Sonu Sood mourns the untimely demise of Covid-19 critical girl he airlifted to Hyderabad from Nagpur.

written by Ritika Nath | May 08, 2021

Sonu Sood mourns the untimely demise of Covid-19 patient whom he got airlifted in an air ambulance.

In April, Sonu Sood helped a Covid-19 critical patient by getting her airlifted in an air ambulance from Nagpur to Hyderabad. On Saturday, the philanthropist, Sonu Sood shared post mourning for the patient’s demise.

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Bharti, a 25-year old girl, was shifted to Hyderabad from Nagpur who passed away on Friday night. She was taken from Nagpur to Hyderabad as she lost almost 85-90 percent of her lungs due to Covid-19.

Sonu Sood showing his grievance towards the untimely demise of Bharti, took to his Instagram and shared a picture which he captioned as, “This world will always miss you”

The picture shared by Sonu Sood read as, "Bharti, a young girl from Nagpur whom I airlifted on an air ambulance to Hyderabad passed away last night. Rest In Power My Dear Bhrarti. You fought the last month like a complete tigress on an Ecmo machine. Even though i never met you, you'll Always hold a very speacial place in my Heart. My condolences to her entire family, I'm going to meet them very soon. life is genuinely unfair at times.

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The actor further added "will miss you bharti".

Bharti was shifted to Hyderabad as doctors said that she needed lung transplantation which was only possible in Hyderabad. Sonu Sood contacted about this with the directors of Apollo Hospital and managed to get her shifted from Nagpur to Hyderabad.

Sonu Sood has been receiving immense love from all over the country for his philanthropic work ever since the Covid-19 pandemic has hit the country in 2020.

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Recently he also launched Free Covid Help for the ones who are in need. Also, he has been working day and night to resolve the shortage of Oxygen concentrators, beds and hospitals.

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