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Amitabh Bachchan shares a ‘rare’ sky view with five planets aligned, check how netizens react

We know Big B as a social media wizard. He keeps himself busy sharing a couple of things that go viral on the web. Thanks to the presence of a huge amount of fans he has in his various social media handles. Bollywood legend Amitabh Bachchan recently shared a video on his social media platforms, featuring a rare view of the sky. The video shows a beautiful sunset with the clouds and sky looking picturesque. 

However, netizens were quick to notice that the video was shot with a special camera that made the sky and clouds look like they were part of a science-fiction film. Many netizens joked that the camera used to shoot the video must have belonged to superstar Rajinikanth, known for his larger-than-life persona and special effects in his films. You need to check the video which Big B has shared and how netizens have responded to the same, have a look as under: 


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Despite the jokes, many of Bachchan’s fans were impressed with the video, which showed a different perspective on the sky and clouds. Some fans even expressed their desire to see more videos of this type from the actor.

Bachchan is known for being active on social media, often sharing updates on his personal and professional life with his millions of followers. His videos and posts are often a source of inspiration and entertainment for his fans, who have been eagerly following his career for decades.

Overall, Amitabh Bachchan’s video of the sky has garnered a lot of attention and praise from his fans, despite the jokes about the camera used to shoot it. The video serves as a reminder of the beauty and wonder of nature, and the importance of taking a moment to appreciate the world around us. Stay tuned to know more about him and others only with us and do let us know how did you feel about the same by commenting below.

Ziya Khan


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