There is no denying that in today’s world, we love our phone more than we love a good company and a hearty conversation. Knowingly or unknowingly we all face situations where we are sitting among the best people we know and still not talk to them and dive into our phone. Well, simply because we have FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out). Bollywood singer Asha Bhosle also experienced something similar when she traveled from Bagdogra to Kolkata with a bunch of people but ‘no one to talk to’.
Taking to her twitter, Asha Bhonsle shared a picture of her journey in which a few people were sitting in the company of the legendary singer while they were traveling from Bagdogra to Kolkata together, but no one was talking to her. Instead, they all were busy with their phones. The singer captioned the image saying, "Bagdogra to Kolkata... Such good company but still, no one to talk to. Thank you Alexander Graham Bell."
Bagdogra to Kolkata... Such good company but still, no one to talk to. Thank you Alexander Graham Bell pic.twitter.com/PCH92kO1Fs— ashabhosle (@ashabhosle) January 13, 2019
The tweet became the talk of the town instantly as it garnered over 2,800 'retweets' and more than 13,000 'likes' in no time. The tweet, on one hand, was a reality check for many people as they realized how gripping technology can be that it can even ignore such great talent and on the other hand, many confessed that they would never dare to look at their cell phones if such a singer were traveling with them.
Here are some of the reactions on the viral tweet-
For me only ashaai. Who would give up the joy of hearing ur anecdotes of the 50s and 60s especially with kishored, rafisaab, pancham, didimaushi 😍😍— J (@jiteshpillaai) January 13, 2019
This is a classic shot. So true, and somewhat sad.— MM (@MohMeh1963) January 13, 2019
I would never dare look on my phone if you were even in the vicinity 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻— Akhil Rauthan (@akhilrauthan) January 13, 2019
Technology was made to be used by people, and technology is using the people these day's.— Madrasi 👊 (@AffuRida) January 13, 2019
This is such a bitter truth of today Asha ji and really very sad.— Ratna EF❤ (@StLouisgirl123) January 13, 2019
Very truly said ...so many people around yet no one to talk to...!!!!
I would go crazyyy and completely nuts if I even get a glimpse of you in my life 🙏💝💝🌹
Something that has been invented to strengthen the communication, has been changed into the 'cause of emotional disconnect'.— SAMRITA®💐 (@4SMSamrita) January 13, 2019
This is the common situation at many places these days.
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