Watch: Son Sings Emotional Song to Remember Mom Dying of COVID-19
Soham Chatterjee sang 'Tera Mujhse Hai Pehle Ka Naata Koi' for his mother on a video call.
Soham Chatterjee recently captured a lot of hearts online after a doctor shared an incident involving him and his mother. The doctor, Dipshikha Ghosh, talked about Soham sang 'Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na' for his mother while she was dying of COVID-19 and how the experience moved her.
Following a warm reaction from netizens online, Soham has finally uploaded a video of him singing the song. In the video, he also talks about his mother and how things have been difficult, but how it is still important to just accept reality. "You are powerless at the hands of destiny. When someone's time arrives, it just arrives," said Soham in the video uploaded on his Instagram.
Check out the full video here:
Here is what happened before Soham uploaded this video:
Dr Dipshikha Ghosh, a user on Twitter shared how one of her patients was given an emotional farewell by her son as her situation worsened due to COVID-19.
After realising that her patient, Mrs Sanghamitra Chatterjee wasn't going to make it, Dr Dipshikha video called her relatives, including her son, Soham Chatterjee.
Soham decided to bid farewell to his mother by singing Kishore Kumar's 'Tera Mujhse Hai Pehle Ka Naata Koi,' as the doctor and nurses stood by and witnessed this heart-wrenching moment.
Dr Dipshikha recounts the incident on Twitter and writes, "This song is changed for us, for me at least. This song will always be theirs."
Check out her tweets here:
After reading this story, netizens expressed how sad they were, and how heartbreaking the story was:
A lot of users also asked Dr Dipshikha how Mrs Sanghamitra was doing. To this, the doctor replied saying that Mrs Sanghamitra's condition has continued to worsen and that she is sinking.
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