Amitabh Bachchan recently shared his Instagram selfie with his grandson Agastya Nanda.
The selfie was taken at a time when he was practising at the gym. Soon after completing his workout, he posed a selfie with his grandson and posted on his social media account.
Once he shared the selfie, he was bombarded loads of messages praising his fitness even at the age of 75.
Out of hundreds of fans started commenting on the selfie of Big B, there landed a comment of Bhumi Pednekar calling Amitabh Bachchan a baller.
This is what she commented on the selfie of Big B, “You’re a baller, sir,” Bhumi wrote, to which Amitabh replied@bhumipednekar eh? What’s a baller… woh jo ball phenkta hai (the one who throws the ball)!!!”
In the same way, another user wrote, “Sir, you are just the BEST,” Soon, another user commented, “@amitabhbachchan but that’s the ‘bowler’.” Both these comments were evenly followed by lots of emojis.
Being one of the Amitabh Bachchan and Bhumi Pednekar fans, you might remember that both of them were a part of the recent India concert that was held via online mode in Mumbai. It was just to raise the much needed funds for coronavirus relief.
To be precise, it was the initiatives of both Zoya Akhtar and Karan Johar that help raising a sum of Rs 52 crore.
Amitabh Bachchan was also featured in a short film titled Family that featured a plethora of renowned film actors and actresses like Priyanka Chopra, Ranbir Kapoor, Diljit Dosanjh and Alia Bhatt from Hindi film industry.
In the same ways, many eminent faces featured from the Malayalam film industry including Mammootty and Mohanlal.
The coronavirus scare has not only made the lives of people miserable but also has put everything into the distress mode.
For example, Big B is so regular to meet his fans on the weekly basis. But now, due to the lockdown, he has discontinued the entire practice.
This is what he thinks on this, “The Sunday does not mean the same as before. Waiting for the time to arrive, the security in place, that familiar sound of the step board being dragged into position, that familiar scream of the well wishers at the gate as each domestic entrant enters and leaves premises… of the knowing that ‘he’ comes,” he posted.