R Ashwin recently retweeted a popular video of a guy resuscitating a monkey. He also commended the man’s gestures in his post. It’s possible that after watching the video, you’ll want to congratulate the guy for saving the animal’s life as well.
The cricketer retweeted a video that IFS official Sudha Ramen had published a day before. She also posted a caption to go along with the video. “There are still those that appreciate every single life on our planet.” Mr Prabhu is seen here using first-aid procedures he acquired years ago to resuscitate an 8-month-old macaque who was assaulted by a pack of dogs. “His quick action has saved this little fella’s life,” she tweeted.
“There is hope,” Ashwin commented while re-sharing the post, adding a few emotions. He ended his message with two emojis of folded hands and one of clapping hands.
The video begins with a monkey laying on the ground and a guy doing CPR on it. The animal, however, does not reply. So, in order to save its life, the guy begins mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, and the animal, luckily, begins to breathe. The man’s overwhelming response at rescue the monkey adds to the emotional impact of the footage.
The video has had over 2.4 million views since it was first released, and the figure is rapidly growing. People had a variety of reactions to both Ashwin’s and Ramen’s posts. Urvashi Dholakia, who played Komolika Basu in Ekta Kapoor’s television series Kasautii Zindagii Kay, is among them. “Respect! This dude is such a lovely spirit. We might all benefit from his knowledge on how to save lives. We have the ability to discuss our suffering and ailments as people, but animals do not. “That doesn’t make their lives any less valuable than ours,” she said on Twitter.
“Wow, you’ve got to have a real heart to accomplish these things… Another person said, “Take a bow.” “He’s a wonderful person.” “These folks are really unusual in today’s culture,” said a third.
What do you think of the video?