Abhishek Bachchan is preparing for the release of his new movie Dasvi, which also stars Yami Gautam and Nimrat Kaur. Dasvi’s story is about an imprisoned politician who wants to appear for the 10th Council exams. While his film is related to education, we cannot deny the fact that education has changed a lot in the past two years since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic.
At the start of the lockdown, nearly 250 million students in India were affected by school closures. Besides working from home, studying from home has also become important with students attending online classes from home. Abhishek Bachchan has his own view on the way the pandemic has affected education.
Abhishek Bachchan discussed his thoughts on offline versus online lessons in a recent interview with Pinkvilla. He revealed how his daughter Aradia Bachchan has dealt with online education in the midst of the pandemic. Abhishek Bachchan revealed that he was directly aware of the matter.
Star Bol Bachchan also said that his daughter Aaradhya has completed nearly two years of online study, which he described as “relaxing”. He noted that the Aaradhya School had begun, which he considered a positive as he believed that children should attend physical lessons and added that a certain amount of physical interaction was necessary for the education process.
On the advantages of being well acquainted with technology due to online education, he said that technology is an important part of children’s lives even when they go to school, so there is no problem in offline education.
Meanwhile, Dasvi was directed by new director Tushar Galuta and co-stars Yami Gautami and Nimrat Kaur. The film, produced by Maddock Films and Jio Studios, will be released on Disney+ Hotstar on April 7.