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When Pooja Hegde Expressed Her Gratitude To Frontline Workers During COVID-19 Lockdown

Pooja Hegde had penned down a message to all the health care professionals and other workers for their efforts during the COVID-19 lockdown. Read on.

Pooja Hegde

Pooja Hegde is known for her outstanding performances in movies. She kickstarted her journey with the Tamil flick, Mugamoodi in the year 2012. The actor shot to stardom with her performance in Mohenjo Daro alongside Hrithik Roshan and has been giving the audience some blockbuster movies including Oka Laila Kosam, Mukunda, and many more. 

Pooja Hegde is very active on social media. She makes sure she keeps her fans entertained and updated about her daily routines. A couple of weeks back she took to her Twitter page to appreciate all the medical and health care workers and other frontiers for their incredible work to fight against the COVID- 19 pandemic.

Actor Pooja Hegde, a couple of weeks back, penned a beautiful message that was dedicated to all the health care professionals including the doctors, nurses, and the staff working in clinics working across India for their excellent and massive contribution the society. Not only that, but she also thanked other essential workers including sanitation workers and people battling the pandemic crises. The actor gives due credit to all the workers for their mammoth task and incredible works. 

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Check out the tweet shared by Pooja Hegde

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