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Amitabh Bachchan Gave A Hard-Hitting Reply To An Internet User Who Tried To Troll Him On Instagram

Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan, who was getting treated for Coronavirus, has now finally tested negative for the disease and is finally back home. He has now been thanking his fans for the ‘get well soon’ wishes, prayers and tributes for the actor.

Amitabh Bachchan also took to his twitter and thanked Amul for paying a special tribute to him in his latest post. He also got a special homecoming gift from Amul in its new topical.

In the poster, the Amul girl can be seen standing next to Big B who is sitting on a sofa and holding a mobile phone. The actor’s caricature showcases him showing thumbs up. The punchline of the poster read: “AB beats C”.

Sharing the poster, Big B wrote: “Thank you Amul for continuously thinking of me in your unique poster campaigns. Varsho se Amul ne sammanit kiya hai mujhe. Ek sadharan shaksiyat ko ‘amulya’ bana dia tumne.”

Here, check out the Instagram post:

The Instagram post was soon flooded with amazing reactions from Twitterati on this. Among many, an internet user tried to troll him by writing that he must have received a huge amount of money from the dairy brand. The internet user wrote:

Kam se kam muft mein toh amulya nahin banen honge… tay rakam li hogi. Saal dar saal badhi hogi

(Which roughly translates to: “In the process of making you invaluable, they must have given you a fair amount of money, which must have grown with each passing year).”

Responding to the same, Amitabh Bachchan gave a hard-hitting reply to the troll. He wrote:


“Bahut badi galat faimi mein chal rahen hain aap, miyan. Jab sach na maloom ho toh aapne swachh mukh ko swachh rakhiye. Na toh main Amul ko endorse karta hoon aur na kabhi kiya hain. Teer chalaane se pehle soch samajh lena chahiye, nahin toh woh aap pe hi aakar geerenge, jaise ki abb hua hai. Teer ki jagah jo mahawraa iss vishaye par woh kisi aur padaarth ka varnan karta hai. Meri sabhya parvarish ne mujhe uss ka varnan karne se rokk diya”

(Which roughly translates to: “You have been living with an impression that is entirely wrong. It is always healthy to think before you speak and keep one’s thoughts clean. I do not endorse Amul and have never have done so in the past. Before you shoot an arrow, watch out that it might just land on you, like it has in this case. In fact, in place of an arrow, there is an idiom that comes to my mind which describes another thing, which, my civilised upbringing prevents me from using.”)

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Written by Unnati Madan

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