Amitabh Bachchan posts throwback pictures, says ‘the age of innocence is over’. See here

Amitabh Bachchan posts throwback pictures, says ‘the age of innocence is over’. See here

Amitabh Bachchan is sort of an ace at sharing throwback footage. On Thursday, he shared yet one more image, a collage of 4, with a sensible remark.

Sharing a collage of his footage from earlier years, Amitabh wrote: “The age of innocence is over .” Of the 4 photos within the collage, one is from his very early days in Bollywood, presumably within the late 60s whereas the opposite three are only one image, repeated thrice, and appear to be from the his heydays within the late ’70s.

The image bought a lot of his followers and business colleagues speaking; TV actor Rohit Bose Roy wrote “Woaaaaah!” with pink coronary heart emojis whereas TV host and actor Maniesh Paul mentioned “The look…the hair…the YOU” adopted by hearth emojis. Many followers wrote again; one person mentioned “You look amazing” whereas one other mentioned “once a legend, always a legend”.

Some time again, Amitabh had posted one other image, from his very first picture shoot, for {a magazine} in 1969 and veteran movie critic Bhawana Somaya had commented “So innocent, I like it”.

Through the coronavirus pandemic, Amitabh has been sharing inspiring and motivational sayings and phrases because the world struggles to remain protected.

Earlier, saluting care givers and first respondents, whom he referred to “social warriors”, he shared a picture of Lord Ganesha made out of the phrases ‘Nurse’, ‘Doctor’, ‘Safai Karmchari’ and ‘Police’ on Twitter. He wrote, “The front line workers .. the doctors and nurses .. the Social Warriors .. Natmastak hoon mai”.

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Amitabh is an energetic blogger too. Recently, the Bollywood veteran blogged about assembly boxing legend Muhammad Ali, recalling how bigwig filmmaker Prakash Mehra nearly solid the 2 icons in a movie.

Amitabh shared this image of his with Mohammad Ali in one among current weblog posts.

He went down reminiscence lane and wrote: “Its been a groggy night .. had been watching the Greatest Mohammad Ali in his numerous victories .. and Tyson .. and it just would not leave the attention .. became past 4 am .. and then suddenly thought of the meeting itself with the MAN.”

On the work entrance, Amitabh will subsequent be seen in movies like Chehre, Gulabo Sitabo, Brahmastra and Jhund.

(With IANS inputs)