Is there a place that megastar Amitabh Bachchan doesn’t feel like leaving? There is and the actor has now revealed in his blog. Bachchan, who blogs about his life, career and gives daily updates to his loyal fans, took to the microblogging site and wrote about the power of music.
The 80-year-old screen icon shared pictures on his blog and wrote, “A whiff of a melody… accidentally, conveyed to me during those wonderful moments at Saptaswar and it lingers on through the night and day and changes the very thoughts of what one is professed to do… The power of music is divine .. it takes over all your thoughts and words and deeds .. and leaves you exhausted .. tired not in the sense of a physicality… but exhausted with the idea of envy for them that possess that special quality of making music ..”
Bachchan wrote that at times one desires to “leave all” and be in the “company of the strains of professional music”. “Learn the Classical learn the instruments that deliver them and just spend the rest of life in their company .. the company of divinity .. the soul that rests within these 7 notes… The hours spent here in this environ be the best ever…
“The music the accompaniment and the notes that come through .. in creativity or just in the listen .. simply beyond all .. never feel like leaving the place… live in there… in life the effort the human makes to conform to what is either dictated to him or necessity demands takes away most of his living .. but did he ever live .. that be the be all and end all of all,” he wrote.
On the work front, Bachchan will be next seen in a special appearance in R Balki’s Ghoomer. The film is headlined by his actor son Abhishek Bachchan and actor Saiyami Kher. He will be then also seen in the big scale sci-fi Kalki 2898 AD, directed by Nag Ashwin and also starring Prabhas, Kamal Haasan, Deepika Padukone and Disha Patani. The new season of KBC will begin on August 14, Monday.