Amitabh Bachchan took to his blog to pay his tribute to Sahara chief Subrata Roy, stating how the late businessman build an empire from scratch.
Sahara chief Subrata Roy, 75, passed away on Tuesday after a prolonged illness. Many notable people remembered the businessman and paid tribute to him. Veteran star Amitabh Bachchan also took to his blog to mourn the demise of Roy.
“… One by one the past leaves us .. they who become your attachment, your close .. one day they leave .. and the void remains that unkept untreated volcanic depth of unknown void ..no more the presence .. no more the affection .. all gone ..for them a better residence .. for us left behind that void of the crater, filled with the laked waters of nature .. unexplained, yet there till time decides to unwind and relive ..it never does .. but no harm in reliving that for the self ..,” he wrote.
Amitabh Bachchan also commended Subrata Roy for constructing his company from the ground up, hailing it as ‘an empire.’ He expressed, “Single-handedly, without the burden of generational advantages, he erected an enviable empire… transforming nothing into something that knew no limits. The ‘no’ of nothing is now gone, existing only in the times of memory and remembrance, as life does for all of us. My prayers to fill the void, offering gentle reassurance to those left behind.
The thespian reportedly had close connections with Roy. It’s said that the late businessman helped the actor when his company, Amitabh Bachchan Corp Ltd was running into losses.