Coronavirus Scare: Amitabh Bachchan Asks Fans Not To Gather At His Jalsa House For Sunday Meet

Amitabh Bachchan asked his fans to not gather at his Jalsa bungalow for the Sunday meet due to the Coronavirus scare.

Coronavirus Scare: Amitabh Bachchan Asks Fans Not To Gather At His Jalsa House For Sunday Meet
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Coronavirus Scare: Amitabh Bachchan Asks Fans Not To Gather At His Jalsa House For Sunday Meet 

Amitabh Bachchan, in his latest tweet, asked his fans to not gather at his Jalsa bungalow for the Sunday meet due to the Coronavirus scare. Sunday meet and greet outside the actor's Mumbai residence is a ritual that has been taking place for many years but now Big B has put it on halt for some time as a precaution measure against the spread of the virus.

The actor, on Sunday, informed his "well-wishers" that he will not come at the Jalsa gate to meet them and asked them to stay safe. He tweeted this: "To all extended family and well- wishers, an earnest request! Please do not come at Jalsa gate today... Sunday meet. I am not going to come! Take precautions... be safe."


Earlier, in one of his posts, Amitabh Bachchan expressed his concern about the Coronavirus in poetic lines. He shared a video, in which he could be seen reciting a poem written by him on the multiple precautionary measures that can be taken to avoid getting affected by the virus. Sharing the video, Big B wrote, "Concerned about the COVID 19. Just doodled some lines in verse. Please stay safe."

At least 108 confirmed cases, an increase of 24 from the day before, of coronavirus have been reported from India, the Ministry of Health and Family welfare said on its official website on Sunday.