Megastar Amitabh Bachchan has despatched his needs to Mohanlal’s daughter Vismaya Mohanlal for her new e-book titled ‘Grains of Stardust’. Bachchan senior took to Twitter on Monday and expressed gratitude to the Malayalam famous person for sending him the e-book.
Sharing the quilt web page of ‘Grains of Stardust’, Amitabh Bachchan tweeted, “MohanLal, famous person of Malayalam Cinema and one which I’ve immense admiration of , sends me a e-book, “Grains of Stardust”, written & illustrated by his daughter Vismaya.. A most inventive delicate journey of poems and work.. Expertise is hereditary ! My finest needs”
T 3823 – MohanLal , famous person pf Malayalam Cinema and one which I’ve immense admiration of , sends me a e-book,
“Grains of Stardust”, written & illustrated by his daughter Vismaya ..
A most inventive delicate journey of poems and work ..
Expertise is hereditary ! My finest needs pic.twitter.com/KPmojUbxhk
— Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) February 23, 2021
Vismaya Mohanlal’s e-book ‘Grains of Stardust’ is a group of her work and poetry, encompassing concepts of affection, artwork and creativity. It was launched on February 14.
Quickly after, her father Mohanlal, whose Drishyam 2 launched on Amazon Prime Video final week, took to Facebook to unveil her e-book and referred to as it a “a proud second for me as a father”.
Dulquer Salmaan additionally shared his pleasure for Vismaya’s e-book, He took to Instagram and wrote, “At such a younger age she’s a printed author and her poems, ideas, doodles and artwork are approach forward of her years. They provide you a beautiful perception into her thoughts, her rising up and her life experiences. I’ve connected certainly one of my favourites from the e-book.”
Speaking about her e-book, Vismaya had advised PTI, “Grains of Stardust got here collectively unexpectedly. I didn’t sit down with the intention to write down a poetry e-book. As you’ll see if you learn them, they’re very merely written. They’re poems that I generally typed out on my cellphone ready for the subway or whereas I used to be listening to a beat that I favored, or phrases that got here to me once I was taking a look at a portray or at nature.”