Amitabh Bachchan pens a heartfelt prayer for 'stability' amidst Covid crisis, Cyclone Tauktae
20 May 2021
Gulf Today Report
Bollywood veteran Amitabh Bachchan took to Instagram and prayed that the country survives the second wave of Covid as well as cyclone Tauktae.
The star recently became a victim of Cyclone Tauktae as it hit Mumbai and caused serious damages to the megastar’s property.
The actor informed his fans that his office was flooded with water due to the cyclone.
"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," he wrote.
"'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 🙏" he concluded.
After recording over 4,000 deaths in the last four days, India on Thursday witnessed a decline in number of fatalities due to Covid-19. The country reported 3,874 deaths due to the virus infection, according to the Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry.
In the same time span, India recorded 2,76,110 new cases.
India had broken its own previous record of Covid deaths on Wednesday with 4,529 deaths – the highest number of fatalities from Covid infection so far.