Big B followers organise continuous ‘mahamrityunjay yagna’ in Kolkata until Bachchan household recovers from COVID-19

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With prayers in full swing as Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan examined constructive for novel coronavirus, followers of the legendary actor have additionally organised a continuous ‘yagna’ in West Bengal to wish for the fast restoration of the Bachchan household from the death-dealing illness. Fans of the Bollywood actor within the state of West Bengal have organised ‘mahamritunjay yagna’ which they mentioned would proceed until the household recovers from the coronavirus risk.  

On Saturday, all the nation was dropped at a standstill after Big B revealed that he had examined constructive for the novel coronavirus. Soon after Big B introduced his COVID-19 prognosis, the son of the legendary actor – Abhishek Bachchan additionally examined constructive for COVID-19. In an unlucky flip of occasions, two extra members of the megastar’s household – daughter-in-law Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and her daughter Aaradhya additionally examined constructive for COVID-19 on Sunday. 

At a time when 4 members of the Bachchan household are dealing with the COVID-19 risk, Big B’s followers have provided continuous prayers that are happening around the clock since Sunday morning. According to a report filed by information company PTI, it has been realized that Big B followers will proceed to wish for the Bollywood megastar till his household absolutely recovers from the continual illness. 

“We will continue the yagna till all members of the Bachchan family recover, which we know is a matter of few days,” Sanjoy Patodia, who represents the Amitabh Bachchan Fans Association in Kolkata was quoted as saying. 

The report added that souvenirs that have been gifted to the fan affiliation by Big B himself are worshipped each day with no exception amid the continued COVID-19 pandemic. As a tribute to the Bollywood legend, a specifically composed ‘Amitabh Chalisa‘ can also be recited by the Big B followers together with ‘aarti’ of the celebrated actor.


“We had initially planned the ‘yagna’ at the temple of the ‘Shahenshah’ (king of kings) of the Indian film industry, but due to the rains and waterlogging we are holding the rituals in my flat, located next to the temple,” he added.

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