New Delhi | Jagran Entertainment Desk: Bollywood veteran actor Amitabh Bachchan shared a post of a graph on his Instagram handle on Thursday and captioned it as “the most important graph of 2020” and it was indeed, as the graph indicates the change in lifestyle of people during lockdown due to coronavirus outbreak.

The lockdown was enforced to flatten the Covid-19 curve but this graph talks about everything else that was affected by the pandemic. In the graph, the list of things was displayed on the ‘Y’ axis, whereas the name of the months was displayed on the ‘X’-axis.

Big B shared the rough sketch graph on his instagram with a caption, “The most accurate graph I have seen so far during the pandemic,” with several laughing emoticons at the bottom of it. In the graph, coffee remains the only constant on the graph. The graph also suggested decline in the use of bras by women during their time in quarantine. There is a gradual decline in use of cars too. Rise of internet and sweatpants can also be seen in the illustrated graph. It seems men have also abstained from shaving since March. Take a look at the graph:

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.... the most important Graph of 2020 !!

A post shared by Amitabh Bachchan (@amitabhbachchan) onJun 3, 2020 at 12:29pm PDT


As per the graph, there is also a sharp increase in the consumption of alcohol after the government allowed opening of liquor shops few weeks after the extension of the lockdown. Interestingly, the use of toilet paper showed a high increase at a point before coming down, reasons of which remains unknown. But the funniest graph is that of the mask which is beyond explanation.

Amid the lockdown Big B, like always, is connected with the fans via his social media handles. He shares every small and big details about his life and also encourages and entertain his fans at the same time with his humour. A few days ago, Big B shared a poem by his father Harivansh Rai Bachchan which talked about how one should not get disappointed even in the worst situation (pandemic). It talks about the importance of keep on trying and waiting for the right time to come.


He wrote, "Yes the night is dark & deep, but when was it not permitted to light a small lamp..! When the dreamed home you built with affection & love, was drowned in destruction, when was it not permitted to pick up little bricks & stones to rebuild a small peaceful hut again ..... in the poetic uplifting words of my revered Babu ji, ..Harivansh Rai Bachchan.”

Posted By: Talib Khan