Amitabh Bachchan has another funny story to tell his fans, and we bet you can't miss to laugh.
Amitabh Bachchan who is quite active on social media has multiple shared his interesting yester year stories.
This time also, he has a funny story to tell his fans. Sharing it all on the Twitter, Big B wrote, “T 2835 – feeding a ‘langur’ in Hrishikesh, Laxman Jhoola during the shoot for ‘Ganga ki Saughandh’ .. until another one came and whacked me on the face for ignoring him .. hahahahaha”
T 2835 - feeding a 'langur' in Hrishikesh, Laxman Jhoola during the shoot for 'Ganga ki Saughandh' .. until another one came and whacked me on the face for ignoring him .. hahahahaha pic.twitter.com/6Jq4Qolpuv
Explaining in detail, Big B wrote in his blog, “The ‘langur’ the black faced, long tailed monkey, that has the strength of an iron rod in its tail, especially when it is directed towards your face .. happened to me as I gently fed one of them at the shooting of ‘Ganga ki Saugandh’ at Hrishikesh, Laxman Jhoola .. the rope bridge that goes across the fast flowing Ganga, below .. another , jealous of not giving him due attention came up to me and whacked me ..(sic)!” He further explained the intensity of the slap and wrote, “And it wasn’t just a gentle tap, it was a full blooded wrap on the face .. ! But that was affection, they are ideally gentle creatures and live off the food that is fed to them by the tourists and well animal wishers .. (sic)”
On the work front, Amitabh was last seen with Rishi Kapoor in the movie ‘102 Not Out’. The actor is currently shooting for his next film, ‘Brahmastra’.
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