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Amitabh Bachchan shows his ‘Home Quarantine stamped hand’

Legendary Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan is also taking precautionary measures against the Coronavirus epidemic and advising his fans and followers to stay safe at their homes in order to avoid being affected by the deadly disease. Bachchan, who is popularly known as Big B by the B-Town members and his followers, is using his social media accounts these days to spread awareness among the people regarding the pandemic.

Recently, Mr. Bachchan announced that he was cancelling his Sunday Meet and Greet with fans amid rising concern over coronavirus situation and asked people to avoid any unusual activity. He also shared a picture of himself along with the post in which he was seen having a bandage on his head, probably as a sign of taking extra measures to fight with the virus outbreak.

Amitabh Bachchan

“T 3470 – To all Ef and well wishers an earnest request !PLEASE DO NOT COME TO JALSA GATE TODAY .. SUNDAY MEET am not going to come ! Take PRECAUTIONS .. be safe,” he wrote on Twitter.

The Muqaddar Ka Sikandar actor has once again took to his official Twitter handle to share another advisory for his followers. He posted a picture of his hand with a ‘Home Quarantined’ stamp on it and spread a word about coronavirus. He wrote:

“T 3473 – Stamping started on hands with voter ink, in Mumbai .. keep safe, be cautious, remain isolated if detected…”

Amitabh Bachchan has been actively sharing stuff regarding coronavirus for his fans on social media. He also shared a video on Twitter where he could be seen reciting a poem.

Soon after the actor posted the picture, his fans and followers shared his tweet on their walls. The Mumbai Municipal Corporation also thanked Mr. Bachchan for “spreading the word” on home quarantine.

Written by Syed Aun Muhammad

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