Donal Bisht pays tributes to journalists who lost their lives in the pandemic

Donal Bisht pays tributes to journalists who lost their lives in the pandemic

Donal Bisht who’s known for her role in TV shows like DilToh Happy Hai Ji and Ek Deewana Tha, took to social media to pay a tribute to the media fraternity which is working relentlessly during the pandemic. The actress was disheartened by the several deaths of journalists and reporters and expressed her sorrow on the same.

Donal, who has worked in the field of journalism for four years before she became a successful actor, took to her social media to post a video of herself expressing her grief over the situation.

She says, “Media is the entity that keeps the wheels of our country turning. Media will be my first family. It’s heartbreaking to see so many journalists and reporters losing their lives during the pandemic. When everyone is advised to stay at home, media members go out there to work, putting their lives at risk. I’m extremely proud to have been a part of the media community, and I wish them all good health, and I hope these crisis situations get better soon.”

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