Monday, October 25, 2021

Kannada Comedian Sadhu Kokila Reveals His Struggle To Organize Single Oxygen Cylinder Amid COVID-19

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Kannada Comedian Sadhu Kokila Reveals His Struggle To Organize Single Oxygen Cylinder Amid COVID-19

Hours after Kannada film director Guruprasad lashed out at Karnataka’s chief minister, B.S. Yediyurappa noted that Kannada music director, comedian and director Sadhu Kokila called on the general public to be very vigilant about the Covid-19 pandemic and follow safety protocols.

While explaining his ordeal to get an oxygen cylinder for his brother’s son, Kokila became emotional and told reporters that he could imagine the plight of an ordinary man who is struggling to obtain treatment for his relatives and relatives in the worst moments of the pandemic. .

“Being a celebrity, I had to run from one pillar to another just to fix a single oxygen cylinder for my brother’s son, who had tested positive for Covid. It was a horrible experience, ”shared Sadhu Kokila.

Sadhu Kokila added that people should not take the pandemic lightly.

“Whatever comes out in the media is absolutely true. There is a shortage of oxygen, medicine, beds and you even have to wait long hours to incinerate or bury the dead. This is truly disastrous, ”he said.

Kokila told reporters on the sidelines of the Kannada film “Muhurat” “Lagaam” that although his brother’s son has now recovered, he cannot forget the ordeal he went through.

In the workplace, Kokila last appeared in the movie “Drona”, starring Shiva Rajkumar in the lead role. The last film he composed music for was “Masti Gudi”.

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Mumtaz Khanhttps://www.ccdiscovery.com
Hi, I'm Mumtaz Khan. I'm a CCDiscovery reporter. After completing my master's degree in Mass Communication from the LLU, I obtained an internship in a local newspaper and worked as an editor. I also worked as a columnist for the local newspaper. I cover fun and community events for CC Discovery.

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