‘Let us be Human!’ urges Amitabh Bachchan amid Covid19 Lockdown
Amitabh Bachchan has always been active on social media and these days he is trying to make people aware about the Corona Virus. He is urging people on what to do and what not in order to protect themselves and their families. Amidst such chaotic times, he now shares a video urging his fans to stay compassionate and benevolent.
Big B who has given voice to the video shared it on his social media account and wrote, “A small step towards #Humanity.”
The words in the video have been penned down as follow: “A doctor held me in his arms when I came out of my mother’s womb. A nurse bathed me with her gentle hands when I was a little baby. My teacher held my finger with her fingers when she taught me to write the first alphabet ‘A’. My safety was in the hands of our driver when I went to school. When I ate, I always knew it was prepared by the loving hands of our cook. We always needed those hands, we still need them, those safe hands, those protective palms, those guiding fingers. Today, handwashing and social distancing has become paramount for our safety. So, hands folded I implore you. let us not wash our hands of humanity, let us not be suspicious of people around us, let us not shun people around us, let us not shame people around us. Let us be aware, let us be compassionate, let us be benevolent, let us be inclusive, let us be Human. Let us be Human. Let us be Human. “
These words have a very deep meaning in today’s time and his fans all over the world have loved and admired this message given to them by the superstar.
Big B has been associated with various campaigns raising awareness about the coronavirus. Earlier he also presented a short film called ‘Family’ with various actors of the film fraternity giving people the message of staying at home and maintaining social distance.
On the work front, Amitabh Bachchan has an interesting line up of movies. He will be next seen in Shoojit Sircar’s ‘Gulabo Sitabo’, Rumi Jaffery’s ‘Chehre’ and Ayan Mukherji’s ‘ Brahmastra’.
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