Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan is an avid social media consumer and throughout the instances when the nation was within the state of a lockdown, his exercise over the online elevated much more. From sharing significant ideas and classes to father Harivansh Rai Bachchan’s poetry, from throwback photographs to interplay with followers, the ‘Don’ actor has completed all of it. Speaking of this his newest publish will make you surprise when you ever considered looking out the Hindi translation of a ‘masks.’ Yes, the masks which has now change into a essential a part of our lives amid COVID-19 pandemic additionally has a Hindi word, and most likely, Big B has caught maintain of the identical. But thoughts you, it’s so complicated that you’ll really feel like utilizing it as a tongue twister for some enjoyable.
Taking to Instagram he shared a photograph of himself carrying a Gulabo Sitabo themed masks. Along with the identical, he shared the Hindi word that occurs to be ‘Nasikamukhsanrakshak Keetaanurodhak Vayuchanak Vastrdoriyuktpattika.’ He wrote, “मिल गया ! मिल गया ! मिल गया ! बहुत परिश्रम के बाद , MASK का अनुवाद मिल गया !After a lot of hard work by Ef Vb, he did the translation of ‘MASK’, in Hindi : *”नासिकामुखसंरक्षक कीटाणुरोधक वायुछानक वस्त्रडोरीयुक्तपट्टिका ! nasikamukhsanrakshak keetaanurodhak vayuchanak vastrdoriyuktpattika.”
Have a take a look at his publish right here:
The actor just lately went down the reminiscence lane and shared recalled his first drunk scene in Bollywood movie Mili, co-starring his spouse Jaya Bachchan. He wrote, ” MILI’ .. the movie .. Jaya and me .. an artwork work of such magnificence .. my first drunk scene within the movie , a lot earlier than the mirror scene of AAA, and Satte pe Satta, HUM, or Shakti.”
T 3571 -‘ MILI’ .. the film .. Jaya and me .. an art work of such beauty .. my first drunk scene in the film , much before the mirror scene of AAA, and Satte pe Satta, HUM, or Shakti pic.twitter.com/zMpSrOpi5r
— Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) June 22, 2020
On the event of the beginning of the Jagannath Rath Yatra on June 23, he shared a picture from the Holy place and wrote, “June 23 Jagannath Rath Yatra .. due to the vastness of the Festival the English word ‘juggernaut’ that means big highly effective and overwhelming, was derived from it .. the origin of the word got here from right here JAGANNATH and the unbelievable temple in Puri Orissa.”
On the work entrance, the actor’s current movie Gulabo Sitabo launched on June 12 on Amazon Prime Video and gained applauds. Directed by Shoojit Sircar, the movie even starred Ayushmann Khurrana within the lead position. Coming up subsequent, Big B has Brahmastra co-starring Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, and Nagarjuna Akkineni in the lead roles. Not only this, but he even has Chehre with Emraan Hashmi and sports drama Jhund in the pipeline.
Watch Gulabo Sitabo trailer here:
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