Introduction: The COVID-19 pandemic is the first of its kind that doctors have encountered in their clinical practice, offering several challenges in all aspects of their lives. The aim of this study was to look into the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the personal and professional lives of doctors. Methods: 264 anonymous voluntary responses received within one week of sending 805 requests to Indian doctors in July 2020, through Google forms were included in the study. Results: Of the 264 respondents, 72.3% continued to stay at home with their families as before, 22% practiced self-isolation at home and a small proportion of mainly young doctors stayed in a hostel or other accommodation. Majority of the respondents reported an improvement in family life and interpersonal relationships, eating habits, volume of daily exercise and fitness levels. Regarding the financial situation, more than 70% of doctors were negatively impacted during the pandemic. While a majority of doctors appreciated technological aid in the form of teleconsultation and webinars, most of them questioned their application post COVID-19. Over 40% of doctors experienced some form of discrimination against them during the pandemic. Conclusion: While healthcare professionals face a unique set of obstacles and dilemmas that require special attention, many have also experienced a silver lining amidst this chaos in the form of family life and lifestyle changes. Regardless, COVID-19 has been a game changer for everyone!.