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It’s Amitabh Bachchan’s birthday & following tradition, fans are gathered outside Jalsa with cakes and placards, pics inside!

 It’s Big B’s birthday, so how can the atmosphere be calm? Bollywood’s legend actor Amitabh Bachchan turns 80 on October 11. The actor, who still continues to work with the same zeal, has a tremendous fan following. Fans always stand in line to wish their most loved actor a special day and this year it is even more special. The scene outside Amitabh Ji’s bungalow is very colorful today as his fans have gathered with cakes and placards since last night. In the even midnight, Amitabh also greeted them. 

Fans wishing Amitabh Bachchan with their style: 

Waiting for Amitabh on the road fans were standing with posters of his pictures. Some wanted people dressed up in Amitabh’s characters and entertaining the others on the road. Today, movies like Don, Abhimaan, etc. are being shown in cinema houses on Big B’s birthday. Fans are dancing to his song and it is becoming quite viral in the world of the internet.

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Bollywood celebration:

Many Bollywood celebrities wished the legendary actor on their social media handle. Shweta Bachchan, Abhishekh Bachchan, Chunky Panday, and Ananya Panday, to be part of this celebration also visited the cinema halls. If reports are to be believed, Amitabh is going to visit Tirupati temple with his family for Darshan. 

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On the work front:

For the unversed, Amitabh Bachchan made his Bollywood debut in 1969 with Saat Hindustani. He was recently seen on the big screen in Brahmastra and Goodbye. He will soon be seen in Uunchai, The Intern, and Project K. 

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Bhagyaa Kadam


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