In 2020, we witnessed the passing away of many people who were nothing but legends in their fields. The deaths of Irrfan Khan, Rishi Kapoor, Saroj Khan, and the most recent ‘MDH Uncle’ Mahashay Dharampal Gulati left the nation disheartened. The 97-year-old masala king died on December 3 after suffering a cardiac arrest.
In his memory, a touching video of Mahashay Dharampal Gulati singing ‘Bharat Ka Rehnewala Hoon’ and clapping his hands along with others during his time at a hospital in 2019 is going viral.
While many have confused the video as having been shot in his last moments, the footage is actually from September-October 2019 when Mahashay Dharampal Gulati was admitted to the hospital after having suffered a fall, reports Times Now.
Have a look at the video here:
मसाला किंग महाशय धर्मपाल (MDH) की आख़िरी समय की तस्वीरें, आख़िरी समय में भी उनका दिल देश के लिए ही धड़कता रहा. pic.twitter.com/JusNLqvYoO
— Vikas Bhadauria (ABP News) (@vikasbha) December 4, 2020
People online were left teary-eyed after watching this video. Many called him an inspiration and wished for his soul to rest in peace.
This made me cry🥺
The love he had for his country & the dedication toward his work!
Rest in peace our beloved beautiful soul🙏🏻❤
One man, who did everything on his own👏🏻
Jo swaym par bharosa rakhe aur dusro se koi umeed na lagaye!
Sachi lagan se kaam karta jaye🙏🏻
ऊँ शांतिः❤🙏🏻 https://t.co/u9De7lA33L
— Deepika981 (@Deepika9813) December 4, 2020
OMG. Such a spirited person. Look at his passion for the Motherland. Even in such condition he is not only enjoying but also singing n clapping @MirYanaSY @Junaid_Mattu @OfficeOfLGJandK https://t.co/HGoV3F2yxA
— Aamanee_NY (@AamaneeNy) December 4, 2020
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— મિલન કાનપરા🇮🇳 MILAN KANPARA (@m_s_kanpara) December 4, 2020
Brought tears to my eyes.. https://t.co/Nd7d2S0eeq
— MK (@mk7150) December 5, 2020
This video made my day💕
People should see this and should be proud to be Indian till the very last day of life.
Om Shanti🙏He will remain in our hearts💕
— Saumya mishra (@Saumyamiishra) December 4, 2020
When i reach my final breath i pray to god to take my last breath away with such enthusiasm…full of positivity in the eye of death… you are a memory forever mahashayji
— 🇮🇳swapnil naik🇮🇳 (@swapnilnaikpune) December 4, 2020
Rest in peace, Chacha. You were truly one of a kind!
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