Amitabh Bachchan posts a funny poem mocking his outfit, which fans refer to as the “result of doing an ad with Ranveer Singh”
Amitabh Bachchan has mocked himself for his new look, which consists of a hoodie and harem pants. The 79-year-old shared two photos of himself as well as a hilarious poem about his outfit. His fans quickly began comparing him to Ranveer Singh, who is known for his daring fashion choices.
Sharing the images on Twitter, Amitabh wrote, “Pahanne Ko DediMediaama Laga Saree Ko Fadda, Aage Chhoti Jeb Dedi, And Peejhe Lag Hai Nada” (They’ve given me these pyjamas that look like it was torn out of saree.) It has small front pockets and a tie-string at the back).”
On Twitter, a fan commented on his outfit, “When you want to challenge Ranveer Singh.” Another person stated, “Ranveer Singh Ke Saath ad Karne ka Matija hai” (This is the result of working on an advertisement with Ranveer Singh). Another fan commented on Instagram, “Sir Ranveer sees Dosti KR ley kya” (Have you made friends with Ranveer). A commenter added, “Sir, lagta hai ye pyjama Ranveer Singh ne design kia hai” (It appears Ranveer designed this pyjama). In the comments section, one fan referred to him as “the new Ranveer Singh.”
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Amitabh frequently posts pictures of himself on social media, both new and old. On Monday, he shared a photo from the set of his 1978 film Trishul and discussed how the trend of big sunglasses is being adopted by the younger generation. “fashions repeat.. glares of the 70′.. perhaps at the Mahurat of Trishul or Man Ji film.. and I see today’s stars wearing similar,” he captioned the post, followed by joined hand emoticons.
Amitabh will now be in Brahmastra, which is directed by Ayan Mukerji and also stars Alia Bhatt, Ranbir Kapoor, and Nagarjuna. The movie will release on September 9, 2022. He also appears in Vikas Bahl’s Goodbye and Project K, both starring Prabhas and Deepika Padukone. He has already completed the filming of Sooraj Barjatya’s Uunchai.