Amitabh Bachchan Kicks Coronavirus in His Latest Instagram Post

Fans of Amitabh Bachchan can now finally relax as the world-famous actor got discharged from the hospital after testing negative for coronavirus. He is truly a fighter, and people from all over the world salute his courage and patience. He is back at his home Jhalsa and is taking care of his health.

While he is resting at home, his son, Abhishek Bachchan, is still under medical care at Nanavati Hospital’s COVID ward, and Amitabh is quite angry at the virus because of it.  He has shown his anger through his Instagram post. In the image, we see him kicking the virus.  A few days back, he posted a similar photo with his son and also shared a poem of his father, Harivansh Rai Bachchan, with it.

“ धरा हिला गगन गुंजा

नदी बहा पवन चला

विजय तेरी हो जय तेरी

ज्योति सी जला जला

भुजा भुजा फड़क फड़क

रक्त में धड़क धड़क

धनुष उठा प्रहार कर

तू सबसे पहले वार कर

अग्नि सा धधक धधक

हिरण सा सजग सजग

सिंह सी दहाड़ कर

शंख सी पुकार कर

रुके न तू थके न तू

झुके न तू थमे न तू

सदा चले रुके न तू

रुके न तू झुके न तू

रचयिता:कवि प्रसून जोशी

Amitabh Bachchan Coronavirus Instagram
Amitabh Bachchan Coronavirus Instagram

Have a look a the post:
On Thursday, Big B shared a fanmade image of himself kicking the virus.
He captioned it

“What can one say…”

Amitabh Bachchan Coronavirus Instagram
Amitabh Bachchan Coronavirus Instagram

While he was at the hospital, he used to connect with his fans through his blogs. In one recent blog, he talked to his fans about the importance of reading.

he wrote,

Bill Gates says read everyday .. something .. just read .. the knowledge gained is immeasurable .. at night before the eyes be shut , read…….I have had this practice to pencil mark a portion that I have enjoyed, or noted for a future reference .. of course being an extremely bad reader, my scribbles have been limited to portions I delve into without any hesitation, of Babuji’s works .. which I must say is a complete education in itself ..”

Big B added,

“If my memory does not fail me – which I must admit is getting depleted with each rise and fall of the Sun – the only complete book I have ever read from page to page chapter to chapter , has been ‘Gone with the Wind’ .. in the year of the Lord 1968-9 .. nothing else has ever come even close to this achievement .. its a great sleep inducer for me .. couple of paragraphs and .. done .. the book lies limp on the lap .. ohhh, some alliteration here .. the spectacles shift base and detach themselves from the agony of having to cling to the ears .. head droops .. and there is deep sleep .. and not a word of what has been read remains”

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