Bhumi Pednekar and Amitabh Bachchan had a funny exchange on Instagram.

Bhumi Pednekar calls Amitabh Bachchan ‘baller’, he asks if it means ‘woh jo ball phenkta hai’

When Amitabh Bachchan not too long ago shared a exercise selfie together with his grandson Agastya Nanda, many had been left marvelling over his health, even on the age of 75. Bhumi Pednekar additionally dropped a touch upon his Instagram submit and referred to as him a ‘baller’. However, it was his humorous response to the praise that had netizens in splits.

“You’re a baller, sir,” Bhumi wrote, to which Amitabh [email protected] eh? What’s a baller… woh jo ball phenkta hai (the one who throws the ball)!!!”

“Sir, you are just the BEST,” one Instagram person wrote. Another commented, “@amitabhbachchan but that’s the ‘bowler’.” Both feedback had been adopted by laughing emojis. Some took it upon themselves to elucidate the that means of baller to him — ‘extremely good or impressive’.

Amitabh and Bhumi had been part of the latest I for India live performance, an internet live performance that includes Bollywood stars in addition to worldwide names, to boost funds in the direction of coronavirus reduction. The initiative by Karan Johar and Zoya Akhtar raised a complete of Rs 52 crore.

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Apart from this, Amitabh was additionally part of a novel quick movie titled Family, which noticed the largest names from completely different movie industries come collectively. The movie additionally starred Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Priyanka Chopra and Diljit Dosanjh from Hindi cinema, Rajinikanth from Tamil cinema, Mohanlal and Mammootty from Malayalam cinema, Chiranjeevi from Telugu cinema, Shiva Rajkumar from Kannada cinema, Prosenjit Chatterjee from Bengali cinema and Sonalee Kulkarni from Marathi cinema. Each portion was shot within the actors’ respective homes.

With the coronavirus-induced nationwide lockdown, Amitabh has suspended his weekly ritual of assembly followers gathered outdoors his bungalow in Mumbai each Sunday. In a latest weblog submit, he stated that his Sundays had been not the identical.

“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 wrote.

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