Megastar Amitabh Bachchan has despatched his wishes to Mohanlal’s daughter Vismaya Mohanlal for her new book titled ‘Grains of Stardust’. Bachchan senior took to Twitter on Monday and expressed gratitude to the Malayalam famous person for sending him the book.
Sharing the quilt web page of ‘Grains of Stardust’, Amitabh Bachchan tweeted, “MohanLal, superstar of Malayalam Cinema and one that I have immense admiration of , sends me a book, “Grains of Stardust”, written & illustrated by his daughter Vismaya.. A most artistic delicate journey of poems and work.. Talent is hereditary ! My greatest wishes”
T 3823 – MohanLal , famous person pf Malayalam Cinema and one which I’ve immense admiration of , sends me a book,
“Grains of Stardust”, written & illustrated by his daughter Vismaya ..
A most artistic delicate journey of poems and work ..
Talent is hereditary ! My greatest wishes pic.twitter.com/KPmojUbxhk
— Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) February 23, 2021
Vismaya Mohanlal’s 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.
Soon after, her father Mohanlal, whose Drishyam 2 launched on Amazon Prime Video final week, took to Facebook to unveil her book and known as it a “a proud moment for me as a father”.
Dulquer Salmaan additionally shared his pleasure for Vismaya’s book, He took to Instagram and wrote, “At such a young age she’s a published writer and her poems, thoughts, doodles and art are way ahead of her years. They give you a wonderful insight into her mind, her growing up and her life experiences. I’ve attached one of my favourites from the book.”
Talking about her book, Vismaya had instructed PTI, “Grains of Stardust came together unexpectedly. I didn’t sit down with the intention to write a poetry book. As you’ll see when you read them, they are very simply written. They are poems that I sometimes typed out on my phone waiting for the subway or while I was listening to a beat that I liked, or words that came to me when I was looking at a painting or at nature.”