Actor Mohanlal says he will make a film about the lives of health workers during the Covid epidemic. Mohanlal had visited the Burjeel Hospital in Abu Dhabi and met the health workers.
The star made the announcement after this. He made the announcement as an answer to the question of whether there is a chance to make a film about the life of health workers. He said that he will definitely make such a film.
“It won’t be enough to thank you for the service you rendered during the epidemic. The film about your courageous actions is challenging but I take it up;” said Mohanlal.
He added that he had decided to donate his eyes after his death. The actor said that he felt that the decision was very right when he saw the effort of the nurses.
On May 12 last year, International Nurses' Day, Mohanlal spoke to UAE nurses serving in the Kovid epidemic. He had told the health workers that he would come and see them directly.
Mohanlal had arrived in the UAE yesterday to receive a golden visa. Mammootty has also been issued a UAE Golden Visa. On May 12 last year, International Nurses' Day, Mohanlal spoke to UAE nurses serving in the Kovid epidemic. He had told the health workers that he would go and meet them.
Earlier, Aashiq Abu had made a film on Kerala’s fight against the Nipah virus. The film was titled Virus. Take Off, directed by Mahesh Narayanan and starring Parvathy Thiruvoth, Kunchacko Boban, Fahad Faasil, and Asif Ali, tells the story of the lives of nurses working abroad.