‘Was I a good son?’: YouTuber Bhuvan Bam pens emotional note after losing parents to COVID-19

Popular YouTuber Bhuvan Bam‘s parents have passed away due to Corona complications. Bhuvan Bam himself has shared a heartbreaking note on social media about this. In this post, he has also shared many photos with his parents.

I lost both my lifelines
Bhuvan Bam wrote, “I lost both my lifelines because of Covid. Without Aai and Baba nothing will be the same. In a month everything is shattered. Home, dreams, everything. My Aai is not with me. My father is not with me. Now I have to learn to live again, but I don’t feel like it.

Did I do everything to save them?
Bhuvan Bam further wrote, ‘Was I a good son? Did I do everything to save them? I now have to live with these questions forever. I can’t wait to see them again. I pray that that day comes soon.” On Bhuvan Bam’s post, many celebs and friends including his fans are consoling him.

His blessings will always be with you: Rajkummar Rao
Commenting on Bhuvan’s post, actor Rajkummar Rao wrote, “I am sorry for your loss brother. I have seen, you have done a lot. Whatever we could have done, we did it. No one can change what is written. Being someone who has lost both his parents, I can tell you that he will never leave you, his blessings will always be with you. God give you strength brother. I’m always with you.”

Ashish Chanchlani and CarryMinati also expressed their condolences
Actor Ayushmann Khurrana’s wife and director Tahira Kashyap commented, “Sorry Bhuvan may God give you all the strength.” Indian YouTuber Ashish Chanchlani wrote, “Shocked, Hum Sab Tere Saath Hain Bhai and will always be there. No one can be in your place. No one can know the pain you are going through. They love you so much. Me and my entire family’s prayers are with them. Om Shanti.

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YouTuber Ajay Nagar, popularly known as CarryMinati, said, “I am always with you brother.” Let us tell you that in November 2020, Bhuvan Bam had shared a post on social media and told that he had got Covid. Since then he was continuously at his house.

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