At the time when pandemic coronavirus has gripped the entire globe, our doctors are working relentlessly to fight against COVID-19. Now, actor Rana Daggubati has compared the doctors to superheroes. Taking to Instagram, he shared a cartoon which shows a group of superheroes including Batman, Superman, Wonderwomen, Spiderman and others saying to a doctor ‘Welcome to the club’. Also Read - Coronavirus in India: 65-Year-Old COVID-19 Patient Dies in Mumbai, Death Toll Rises to 10

Sharing the post, Rana captioned it, “More power to them.” (sic) Also Read - Urvashi Rautela Looks Hot And Sexy AF in Floral Bikini as She Takes a Dip in Ocean | Watch



Netizens were quick to remind the actor that doctors are not the only superheroes in the present scenario. One user wrote, “Why only doctors. Don’t forget about our Indian Army, police, pilots and all sweepers who are deployed in the duty for mankind safety.” Another user added to the list: “Delivery boys, kiraana shop owners, chemists.” Also Read - Priyanka Chopra Joins Janata Curfew From US to Show Gratitude, Video Goes Viral

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Meanwhile, the actor believes that it is important for the generation to know about coronavirus on order to fight it. Speaking with IANS, he said, “Given the current scenario, I think it’s best to be home clean and safe. But the problem is that we are a generation that’s used to being engaged in so many things. So at ACK (Amar Chitra Katha), we decided to let out our online subscriptions open this month so children and adults have access to all of the amazing ACK and Tinkle titles.”



“They can choose to read right through. They are the stories of our land… And when reading was popular culture this is where most of us learnt about our country, our Gods, kings and culture that made us in the most fun illustrations and stories. And I think it’s important for the generation to know our past and build a future,” he added.

“They can choose to read right through. They are the stories of our land… And when reading was popular culture this is where most of us learnt about our country, our Gods, kings and culture that made us in the most fun illustrations and stories. And I think it’s important for the generation to know our past and build a future,” he added.