The situation is still pretty grim in India. We are witnessing the second wave of COVID-19. And on top of that, many states were hit by Cyclone Tauktae. Amitabh Bachchan took to Instagram to write a small note addressing God in these grim times. The note will remind you of his iconic temple scene from Deewar in which he had questioned God.
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His note read, “Stability .. a situation in which something is not likely to move or change .. Please dear Lord ‘something not likely to move’ .. do not ‘move’ the winds and rains for the fury of its presence .. the destruction of your environ .. the helplessness of the destitute .... ‘ something not likely to change ‘ .. dear Lord do not stop the ‘change’ of the graphs of improvement , in the repair that is apparently seen in some areas of the virus .... just ‘move’ the stability that is reportedly seen in both the environs - the storms of Tauktae and the mild improvements in the Virus over the land where it disturbs the most .... we pray in the sincerity of our beings .. we have and are doing what humanity believes in its supreme pontiffs .. in the bended knee or the supine servile submission before the unseen Force that we all have our faith and belief in .. prayers .. (sic).”
On Monday, Amitabh’s office in Janak building in Juhu was flooded due to the cyclone. He had written, "There is an eerie silence in the midst of the Cyclone.. the pounding and the lashing rains all day.. trees fell, leakages all over, flooding in the vulnerable Janak Office.. impromptu plastic cover sheets still in prep for the heavy Monsoon rain, ripped apart.. sheds and shelters for some staff blown away.. BUT the spirit of fight impregnable.. all hands on deck.. stepping out, repairing, preventing helping in extenuating circumstances drenched.. but on it (sic)."
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