We all know that Amitabh Bachchan is very active on social media. He is among the most active celebrities on Twitter. The megastar loves to share his thoughts, experiences and inspiring poems often penned by his father Harivansh Rai Bachchan on Twitter. However, recently, he accidentally made a goof up. Amitabh Bachchan posted a poem on his Twitter handle crediting his father Harivansh Rai Bachchan for it. However, as soon as he realised that the poem is written by Prasoon Joshi, he extended his apology.
In his latest tweet, Amitabh Bachchan posted the original poem written by Prasoon Joshi and even apologised for the goof up. Big B's tweet read, "CORRECTION : कल T 3617 pe जो कविता छपी थी , उसके लेखक , बाबूजी नहीं हैं । वो ग़लत था । उसकी रचना , कवि प्रसून जोशी ने की है ।इसके लिए मैं क्षमा प्रार्थी हूँ । उनकी कविता ये है." It means, "Yesterday, the poem that appeared on T 3617 was not written by Babuji. It was wrong. The poem is written by Prasoon Joshi. I apologise for it. Here's his poem."
Check out Amitabh Bachchan's post below:
CORRECTION : कल T 3617 pe जो कविता छपी थी , उसके लेखक , बाबूजी नहीं हैं । वो ग़लत था । उसकी रचना , कवि प्रसून जोशी ने की है ।— Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) August 6, 2020
इसके लिए मैं क्षमा प्रार्थी हूँ । 🙏🙏
उनकी कविता ये है - pic.twitter.com/hZwgRq32U9
Meanwhile, Amitabh Bachchan, who tested positive for Coronavirus and was admitted to Nanavati Hospital on July 11 is back home and resting. As his results came out negative, the megastar was discharged from the hospital. His son and actor Abhishek Bachchan remains in the hospital as he is still Coronavirus positive. Recently, Big B had made a motivating and inspiring post for Jr B that went instantly viral.
(Also Read: Amitabh Bachchan Puts A Netizen In Place As She Questions His Charitable Work; Lists His Work And Says, 'I Weep As I Put This Out')
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