Amitabh Bachchan Shares AThrowback Pic From Satte Pe Satta

'Those Were The Days': Amitabh Bachchan Shares A Throwback Pic From Satte Pe Satta

Amitabh Bachchan shared this picture. (courtesy: amitabhbachchan)


  • Amitabh Bachchan shared an image
  • It’s a throwback from his movie ‘Satte Pe Satta’
  • Huge B was final seen in ‘Badla’

New Delhi:

Amitabh Bachchan simply made our day higher. The Sholay actor simply dropped a throwback image that includes himself from the units of his 1982 movie Satte Pe Satta and it’s making his Instafam swoon. Within the image, a younger Huge B might be seen wanting away from the digicam. Sharing the image, Huge B wrote, “these had been the times .. movie Satte Pe Satta, track Dilbar Mere.” Referring to his co-star within the movie Hema Malini, Huge B added, “With Hema Ji .. Gulmarg, Kashmir. These actually had been the times.” Inside minutes of posting, his image was flooded with feedback from his followers and admirers within the business. Reacting to the image, filmmaker Farah Khan wrote, “This expression” whereas Shilpa Shetty wrote, “Uff! So good-looking, Amitabh Bachchan.” Check out the throwback submit by Huge B right here:

Amitabh Bachchan, in coronavirus lockdown, appears to be rummaging by way of the dust-caked albums and revisiting reminiscences. The 77-year-old actor retains sharing priceless throwback photos of himself on his Instagram profile. A number of days in the past, Huge B shared this image from the “premiere of Sholay.” Sharing the image, he additionally admired his actress-wife Jaya Bachchan, saying, “How fairly Jaya appears.” Have a look:

This priceless throwback options Huge B’s “first ever photoshoot” from the time when “there was no star or model.”

We’re but to recover from this throwback image of Huge B which options his youthful self.

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On the work entrance, Huge B was final seen within the 2019 crime thriller Badla the place he shared display house with Taapsee Pannu. His line-up of movies embrace Golabo Sitabo, Brahmastra, Chehre and Jhund.

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