Amitabh Bachchan is a treasure of talents. From nailing a diverse range of characters on screen to winning hearts with his unique sense of humour and deep insights into life, he has won a rent-free space in the hearts of many people. Adding to the enigma of his personality, the megastar has jumped into the task of making music. Don’t believe us? Amitabh himself posted about his endeavour. He shared a photo on Instagram of him standing in front of a laptop and some wired setups. In the background, is an old photo of himself.
Amitabh wrote in the caption, “Living in the shadows of the past… making music… on Genesis and Logic X… the most peaceful moment of the day… err night.”
This year, Christmas came with a lot of surprises from Amitabh Bachchan. At first, he surprised us with a photoshopped image where he posed as Santa Claus in a long white beard and red-and-white outfit. He wrote, “Peace harmony safety and … LOOOOOVVVEEE.”
Then, Amitabh Bachchan posted a hilarious mashup from the 2001 movie Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham. The video superimposes the Jingle Bells song on a dance video clip from the iconic movie. He captioned the image, “K3G .. Christmas greetings.”
Amitabh Bachchan’s captions often raise a storm across the internet. Recently, he was watching a football match and gave us a sneak peek into his leisure time. His caption read, “After a long work break…Premier League Football, pasta, French fries, garlic bread and naagin sauce. Aaahhhh haaa… tadap gaye the iske liye (craved for this).” What caught the attention of his fans was the mention of the peculiar “naagin sauce”.
Amitabh Bachchan’s Saara Zamana jacket recently made a comeback. Reason? A set of throwback photos from the dance troupe was shared on the actor’s Instagram page. In the collage, Amitabh is seen in his iconic jacket. He wrote, “Performing Yaarana song live on stage with the Rockettes of New York… Madison Square Garden, NYC and Wembley Stadium, London… 80,000 audiences…What a time…those were the days my friend.”
Amitabh Bachchan will be next seen in Runaway 34 and Ayan Mukerji’s Brahmastra.