Amitabh Bachchan is known for beautifully penning his emotions on social media, and his latest post is proof of the same.
The veteran actor on Saturday shared a heartfelt note on completing the shoot of 'Sairat' director Nagraj Manjule's debut Hindi film, 'Jhund.'
"..endings are they that leave with a feeling of uncertain next .. .. there is a joy of completion .. there is the symptom of withdrawal .. there is the desire to slip away quietly .. but it never does happen that way, does it .. ?" (sic) he wrote in his blog.
He added, ".. the more you run away the greater the speed with which it shall catch up with you .. there is no ‘it’ present .. it be an artificial grammar element of the language which incorporates itself on these pages .. but most times it is made to feel that that is what it is ..
"so be it .. life looks a different way in directions which occupy the least for others, most for us .. the finished rapidly becomes a blur and the next expectation looked upon with some apprehensive trepidation .. and that is discomforting .. most discomforting .. surroundings, even though alien, get plastered in the mind and habit .. the real and the domestic getting the feel of ignorance .. time says it all .. and the time has come ..
".. SO OFF with the head .. and .. winding up the reserves to reserve the winding .. to eventually unload it else ..…. and reverence to the GIMMBLE .. that which conquers even when it does not contain you .." (sic)
The 'Thugs of Hindostan' star had been shooting for the film - which is reportedly based on the life of Vijay Barse, the founder of Slum Soccer - in Nagpur and constantly shared pictures from the shoot.
Meanwhile, Big B, while tweeting about the same, also revealed that he will soon begin filming the next schedule of 'Brahmastra' - the first part of Ayan Mukerji's fantasy trilogy - which also stars Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt.
His tweet read, “T 3054 - As you end one and get set to leave .. the emotions and withdrawal symptoms begin to reflect .. thank you JHUND .. hello again BRAHMASTRA ..” (sic)
Apart from 'Jhund' and 'Brahmastra', the 76-year-old will be seen in Sujoy Ghosh's 'Badla', a remake of the 2016 Spanish thriller film 'Contratiempo'.
(With inputs from ANI)