Amitabh Bachchan complains as a female fan covers his face with kisses, netizens say, ‘Jaya Bachchan se mila dete devi ji ko’

You can expect Amitabh Bachchan to be equally hilarious through his posts on social media. Not long ago, the Bollywood megastar shared a picture of himself complaining of lipstick marks on his face and kissing by a female fan all over his face. Big B wrote on his Instagram, “Hey, but Devi ji .. koi jaga to chhodo to smile ke koi!” While Netzine is having a field day and posting hilarious comments on her posts. One user wrote that he should have introduced him to a female fan. Jaya Bachchan, Well, Jaya Bachchan is the exact opposite of Amitabh Bachchan, she is not a huge fan of social media and absolutely hates the paparazzi and we have often seen her getting angry at shutterbugs anywhere and everywhere. Also read- Not only Brahmastra, Deepika Padukone will also do cameo in Shahrukh Khan and Nayantara’s Jawan?

Amitabh Bachchan Tinsel enjoys active stardom in Town, his fans fall a lot. Every Sunday, Big B has a huge army of fans who are close to him and the actors force him to make their presence felt. No one likes stardom like Mr. Bachchan. Also read- Poonam Pandey wore a strapless body-hugging mini dress; Fans said, ‘I am sizzling’ [View Pics]

Abhishek Bacchan Once said how his father never takes his fans lightly and it is they who wait outside his home or anywhere in the world, “That lineage was given to me by a man who lived in Kolkata. had left a well-paying job, came to Mumbai, slept for nights on the Marine Drive bench, entered a film contest, lost, went to All India Radio, rejected the voice, fought and found her way Done. He has paid his dues and he continues to be around 80. Works 16-18 hours a day. It’s not easy, man. You have to be humble. It’s your work that counts. “. Also read- Will Charu Asopa and Rajeev Sen get divorced? Actress deletes all photos with husband, takes an indirect dig at him

He also recalled that after Bibi’s fatal accident during Coolie, fans made sure to visit and catch a glimpse of her every Sunday, “Since my father’s near-fatal accident on the sets of Coolie in 1982, Every Sunday there is a crowd of people. Those who come to meet him outside the house… He does everything religiously by his own power. Goes to meet the crowd on Sundays at 6 pm… Sometimes this happens too. was, when I became an actor, he would take me and me. Call it my Simmba moment (referring to The Lion King movie). I go over there and shake hands very reluctantly because obviously that’s when Mr. Bachchan will stand behind you no one will raise his hand on me. He is there for him.” Amitabh Bachchan is not a megastar but worships him.

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