Show must go on
To the doctor who medicines can cure, but a good doctor’s inspirational words can give the strength to fight from within. Thanks for doing just that.Before saying that you are an extraordinary doctor, I want to tell you that you are an extraordinary human being. Thanks for showing so much care and concern.When the air around me turned morose and all my body craved was a dose of a full, hearty laugh, I'd turn on the television and watch you on screen cracking the funniest of jokes and feeding me the only medicine my sick body craved for.
Dr. Haathi, you instilled our belief in the saying, 'Laughter is the best medicine.' You were not like the other doctors out there. Unlike the conventional duty of a doctor to prescribe medicinal drugs to the ill, you cured the ailments of not only your patients but even your fans with little doses of potions bubbling with humour. Fun part, unlike your patients, your fans are miles far away but still, can feel the disease whizzing away.
As a doctor, you played an important role in injecting self-confidence and self-esteem into our bloodstreams corroded with social comparison and body shaming. The evergreen, charming smile which stood pasted on your face 24×7 is contagious and no matter how gloomy the environment was, always made the corners of our lips slide a little upwards.From getting stuck in an auto-rickshaw to getting trapped under a tree, even the most serious circumstances appeared amusing when performed by you. The positivity which shone on your face, camouflaged the adversities you were dealing with in your real life. From playing football with Tapu Sena to playing a batsman in the indigenous cricket league of Gokuldham Society, you adapted to the role of the 'funniest doctor' in the best way possible. No wonder why you're so popular among your young fans. Your child-like innocence and likeness for food is what you're loved for the most, while your smart thinking skills and intelligence were crucial whenever clouds of danger overshadowed your friends and fellow residents. You championed the role of your reel life character and now as you begin your heavenly journey, we know that you'll continue to tickle bones up there too. We will miss you , now and always,andWe’ll see your smile in every rayOf sunshine after rain
And hear the echo of your laughter
Over all the pain
The world’s a little quieter now
The colours have lost their hue
The birds are singing softly
And our hearts are missing you
Each time we see a little cloud
Or a rainbow soaring high
We’ll think of you and gently
Wipe a tear from our eye