Have you ever felt like crying damn loud but couldn’t ! because you are sitting in a crowded bus with people ready to judge the next moment ? Well, it was may 1st,2016 & I was returning to home after my NEET exams and just had calculated the marks.
The mere thought of preparing for entrances again by staying hundreds of kilometers away from parents started haunting me. “What if the bus turns down and I die, it will be the end of all the despairs and sufferings”. I recollected my shattered hopes and decided to give it an another try.
Being from a lower middle class family my parents never wanted me to flourish in or focus on extra-co curricular activities(haha anything apart from studying is an utter waste of time for them).But I was passionate about mimicry & drama. And I knew that only joining a government. Medical college could land me in a better condition . After joining the college in 2017 things didn’t change much.
Amidst all those hectic class schedules and examination stress whenever I got a chance to showcase my talent on stage ,I kept doing it with full enthusiasm. A word or two of appreciation from friends kept working as a fuel for the propulsion of an “artist” in me.
Fast forward to April 2020, the global pandemic forced many people to stay at home doing nothing at all. Bored me decided to make an instagram page to post 2-3 clips which I had randomly made last year. People applauded my effort and I felt like making more similar contents.
Within 10-15 days the page had started to grow and so the expectations of the audience. I started writing contents and recording them again & again as a part of rehearsal before giving the final take. The feelings can’t be expressed in words of receiving tons of texts from strangers who could connect to me through my videos only.
“The MBBS NIBBA” has become the part of my identity now. Honestly I have no plans for my page with no idea how long I would be able to continue doing this .But for today making people laugh and smile has become a part of life. I want patients walking out of my clinic with a wide smile on their face as it has been rightly said “laughter is the best medicine”