Amitabh Bachchan laughs at her retro outfit: “When it wasn’t enough to wear flared pants” | Bollywood


Veteran actor Amitabh Bachchan shared a throwback photo on Instagram and poked fun at ’70s fashion. The black and white photo shows Amitabh in his youth, posing in a cool shirt.

In the photo, Amitabh wears white elephant-leg pants and a white flared sleeve shirt. “When it wasn’t enough to wear flared pants … but also flared sleeves,” he captioned his post. His fans have also reacted to the photo. “Are waah sir old photo,” read a comment. “You always look gracious, sir,” wrote another.

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Also at Diwali, Amitabh shared an old photo with his wife Jaya Bachchan and daughter Shweta Bachchan Nanda. They could be seen enjoying the festival with sparklers. Amitabh was seen in white kurta pajamas while Jaya was in a gorgeous saree. Their daughter Shweta Bachchan Nanda could also be seen next to them, holding a sparkler in her hand. “Many wishes for Deepawali. Happiness, peace and love without limits, ”he wrote in a tweet with the photo.

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On her granddaughter Aaradhya’s birthday on Monday, Amitabh shared a collage of her photos from the ages of one to nine, in a grid. He wrote in his caption: “Happy Birthday Aaradhya .. all my love.”

He is currently hosting Kaun Banega Crorepati’s 12th season on Sony TV. In a recent episode, Amitabh recalled that as a child he wanted to join the school cricket team but needed Rs 2 to do so. His mother, Teji Bachchan, told him they had no money.

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Amitabh said the incident taught him an important lesson. “Rs 2 ka mulya kya hai woh aaj hume yaad ata hai (I still remember the importance of Rs 2),” he said. The actor also revealed that he loved photography, and his father, poet Harivansh Rai Bachchan, bought him a camera on his first trip to Russia. It was when Amitabh had already become an actor. But he still has the camera, which is a precious commodity. “The value of these things stays with us all of our lives,” he said.

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