Amitabh Bachchan takes 'time off' from social media to deal with 'domestic Covid situations'
- Amitabh Bachchan recovered from COVID-19 during the first wave in 2020
- The actor took to his blog and wrote that he is ‘dealing with some domestic Covid situations’
- He promised to ‘connect later’.
Actor Amitabh Bachchan on Tuesday informed his fans that he is taking some time off from social media to deal with ‘domestic Covid situations’. The 79-year old actor shared a motivational poem on his blog and wrote, “Fight .. fighting .. and with the prayers of all .. no further .. no more description .. just that the show goes on ..”
He further wrote, “Be in the calm of the Almighty, who looks upon us with His grace and protection .. the human does many disparaging .. He forgives and tasks us in guide to the path that be righteous .. we follow the unknown force.. it has not been discovered yet; and wonder if it shall .. but be in its enveloped bubble of safety .. till.”
He ended the blog by dropping a hint, “dealing with some domestic Covid situations .. will connect later ..”
Amitabh and members of his family, including son Abhishek Bachchan, daughter-in-law Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and granddaughter Aaradhya Bachchan, recovered from COVID-19 during the first wave in 2020.
During that time, he shared how he was spending time in the hospital while being under treatment in isolation.
“Yahan kuch logon ke sath unke vicharon pe uttar diye, kuch swayam soch vichaar kiya, kuch purane cricket match dekhe, kuch samay vishraam kiya, ek documentary dekhi, naam na bataoonga, dawaayon ka sevan kiya, mobile mein kitne gunn chhupe hain, unka gyan prapt kiya, pranaam kiya (I replied to people here (on Twitter) reverting to their thoughts, did some thinking myself. I watched few old cricket matches, I rested for some time. I watched a documentary but I won’t reveal its name. I had some medicines and then spent some time knowing more about the mobile phone and finally I did a pranaam (Indian salutation) too)," he tweeted.
In recent days, several Bollywood personalities such as John Abraham, Rhea Kapoor, Mrunal Thakur, and others have tested positive for the virus.