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Amitabh Bachchan shares throwback pictures from 1975 when he and his family visited Keukenhof

Amitabh Bachchan also recalled the time when Abhishek fell down in the flower garden.
by Apoorv Shandilya | May 07, 2020 10:44 IST
Amitabh Bachchan shares throwback pictures from 1975 when he and his family visited Keukenhof

Amid the ongoing Coronavirus lockdown, many stars are actively sharing throwback pictures of themselves and people around them. On Thursday morning Amitabh Bachchan took to Instagram to share a picture from 1975 when he and his family visited the world's most beautiful open garden. The picture is a collage of tulip flowers from Keukenhof. Amitabh Bachchan also shared a small family incident in the caption of the picture.
 
He captioned the post writing, "We are all living in 'hortus conclusus' wandering about within ourselves...in our 'enclosed' garden'...BUT... Keukenhof, the most beautiful open garden is different...such fond memories of Jaya, Abhishek, and Shweta in 1975 in these heavenly spaces."
 
Amitabh also recalled an incident when his young son Abhishek Bachchan fell down in the same garden. He added writing, "and little Abhishek falling into one bunch, into one kyari and almost getting lost...and those were the days!!"
 
The 77-year-old legendary Bollywood actor recently also revealed that he has shot for Kaun Banega Crorepati. He added that they took all the necessary precautions. He said, "So yes I worked. Got a problem with that, keep it to yourself then. Damned if you pour it out here in this locked-in condition. Sufficient precaution, as much that could be taken, was taken. And what had been scheduled for two days, was completed in one day. Starting at 6 pm, ending a short while now."
 
"Giving credence to them that deliver, them that work assiduously so you and I can sleep in peace. Personal gratifications to the many that ask. And then the ‘KBC’ pile of several. In all about 10 to 12 videos and then hours of audio recordings also for the same,” he added.
 
 
 
 
Credits: Twitter


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