The video of a 99-year-old woman making food packets for migrants stuck in the city of Mumbai has gone viral. In a video, posted on social media the woman can be seen wrapping rotis with sabzi in aluminum foil for migrant workers who are stuck in Mumbai.

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The video was shared by Zahid F Ebrahim, a Supreme Court advocate in Pakistan with the caption, “My 99-year-old phuppi prepares food packets for migrant workers in Bombay.” It has received over four lakh views, with people lauding the lady for both her generosity and spirit.

My 99-year-old phuppi prepares food packets for migrant workers in Bombay.

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Ever since the video was shared online it has elicited numerous reactions from people. Some of them have been commending the woman for her contribution, whereas others have been showering her with a lot of love and respect. “Please give your phuppi a hug and a kiss on the forehead on my behalf!” wrote one Twitter user. “Much much much love to your Phuppi. Please tell her that she’s an inspiration,” wrote another user. Pakistani author and writer Nasim Zehra also shared the video, writing, “MashaAllah May Allah Keep amazing Phuppi in His Protection Ameen…indeed of a sterling generation.” Indian actor Soni Razdan also commented on the video writing “Bless her.”

Update from phuppi in Bombay. She is humbled by the overwhelming love expressed on Twitter and says thank you to all. But she is a little cross with me. She says ‘Aray thori age young karnay tha na.’

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Later, Ebrahim also gave an update to her well-wishers telling them how humbled she is by the praise that has been showered on her. He wrote, “ Update from phuppi in Bombay. She is humbled by the overwhelming love expressed on Twitter and says thank you to all. But she is a little cross with me. She says ‘Aray thori age young karnay tha na. (You should have reduced the age).”

Image credits: Latestly

Shreya is an intern with SheThePeopple.TV.

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