Sangati Jogwar

Abhishek Bachchan wants his fans to make this particular song their new mantra. The junior Bachchan shared a tweet on Twitter today promoting the Black Eyed Peas video. In his tweet, Abhishek says, "Make this song your new mantra!!! “Be different, be nice! Just smile, I promise it’ll change your life”.

It is an old song uploaded on YouTube in June 2019. The song is all about positivity and being nice to everyone. The song starts with lyrics encouraging self not to give up.

It says, "Be nice! I just wanna be happy. I don't wanna feel nasty. I'm tryna turn my vibration around so I can feel fantastic. Talking to myself in the mirror, telling me to cheer up. Everyone around got tears of a clown. And it's so cold like Siberia. But I do not want negative energy. If you get what you give, give me positivity (give it to me)."

Abhishek Bachchan Keeps on Encouraging Himself

The song is all about keeping yourself positive amid the disturbing situations. And at this time when Abhishek Bachchan continues to fight COVID-19 at Nanavati Hospital, he definitely needs. it. Yesterday, the actor shared his Care Board of 26 days from the hospital. Abhishek wrote, "Hospital day:26 Discharge plan: NO! Come on Bachchan, you can do it!! #believe."

Comments from friends and family poured in on this post of the actor. Riteish Deshmukh wrote, "Chain kuli ki main kuli ki chain." Zoya Akhtar commented, "Soon Soon Soon." Actors like Anil Kapoor, Bunty Walia, Esha Deol shared heart emoticons, wished Abhishek Bachchan good health and speedy recovery.

Happy New Year director as usual tried to make Abhishek's mood light by writing down some funny lines. Farah Khan wrote, "I think ur getting extra fond of sister Eugenie & sister Seema. I'm jealous." Shweta Bachchan Nanda also shared an encouraging post for Abhishek Bachchan. She wrote, "hang in there!!! Yes, you can do it ♥️."

Abhishek and Amitabh Bachchan tested corona positive on July 11. While the Nanavati Hospital discharged senior Bachchan last week, Abhishek Bachchan continues to fight the deadly virus.