Pune girl’s dancing video of welcoming her sister who fought COVID-19 goes viral

ST Staff
Monday, 20 July 2020

Amidst this crisis, a Pune girl’s dancing video gets viral on social media. This video is getting loved by all the social media users as the girl dances to welcome her sister, who was infected with COVID-19 disease.

The COVID-19 contagion remains prevalent in the country. Since its outbreak, it has claimed several lives. Amidst this crisis, a Pune girl’s dancing video gets viral on social media. This video is getting loved by all the social media users as the girl dances to welcome her sister, who was infected with COVID-19 disease. Sister of the dancing girl has successfully defeated the virus. Girl dances on the song 'Tai Tai Phish' from Chillar party film. This video was trending on social media as it turned to be a stress buster amidst such stressful times. 

Saloni Satpute, girl dancing in the video, enthusiastically welcomed her sister. She is a resident of Pune, and recently, all the family members tested positive for the virus apart from her. Saloni’s father was the first to test positive and was taken to the hospital. After him, four other members of the family were taken to the hospital. She was alone at home. Her parents recovered early from the disease but, her sister took some time to recover from it. She was the last member to get discharged from the hospital. Therefore, 23-year-old Saloni welcomed her sister with an enthusiastic dance. In these difficult times, many neighbours also had cut ties with her and she had to take care of herself.
 
Twitter showered love on the viral dance. The world of social media is appreciating the fighting spirit of Saloni and her family. Her dance brought positivity during such negative times.  

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