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    Riddhima Kapoor Sahni lauds husband for donating plasma, Neetu Kapoor hopes it inspires others to do the same

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    Sahni posted a picture of her husband at the hospital.

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    Riddhima Kapoor Sahni took to Instagram Stories to laud her husband for donating plasma.
    The daughter of late actor Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Kapoor, Riddhima Kapoor Sahni, was a proud wife on Instagram, as she shared that her husband Bharat Sahni donated blood plasma amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

    The jewellery designer took to Instagram Stories, to post a picture of Sahni donating plasma in a hospital.

    "So proud of you for donating your plasma and saving someone's life today. Well done," she wrote.

    While there have been no mentions of Sahni having being infected by the novel coronavirus, a person is only eligible to donate plasma if they have fully recovered from Covid-19 and have been free of symptoms for 14 days.

    Plasma therapy involves transfusion of plasma from a convalescent patient to a critical Covid patient.

    Neetu Kapoor also took to Instagram Stories to laud her son-in-law, writing, "So proud of my son-in-law @brat.man for donating his plasma to critically ill Covid patients. I sincerely hope this inspires a lot of other people to come forward and do the same."

    Neetu Kapoor also posted a picture of her son-in-law donating plasma and hoped it would inspire others to do the same.Agencies
    Neetu Kapoor also posted a picture of her son-in-law donating plasma and hoped it would inspire others to do the same.

    Riddhima, who lives in Delhi with her husband and daughter, is currently in Mumbai spending time with her family after the demise of her father Rishi Kapoor on April 30.

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