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Farhan Akhtar Posts A Retouched Photo Of His Great-Grandfather. A Fan Comments, I Thought It Was A Film Poster

Farhan Akhtar and his great-grandfather share a striking similarity.
by Honey Rose Thomas | July 29, 2022 18:54 IST
Farhan Akhtar Posts A Retouched Photo Of His Great-Grandfather. A Fan Comments, I Thought It Was A Film Poster

On Monday, actor, and filmmaker Farhan Akhtar posted an edited photo of himself and the late Urdu poet Muztar Khairabadi on Instagram. The poet Khairabadi may be seen seated on a chair in the black-and-white image. Akhtar standing next to him.

 
 
 
 
 
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Akhtar wrote as he shared the photo.
 
Well, his wife Shibani Dandekar and his followers reacted to the message right away. Shibani penned "Twins" in response to his amazing likeness to the great grandfather. Anusha Dandekar, a VJ and Shibani's sister, also left a similar comment on the article. Additionally, she added "Twins." Aditi Rao Hydari, an actress, wrote: “Whoa!!!!! So But even Farhan's admirers and supporters acknowledged that he resembles his great-grandfather. On his post, a fan said, "Absolutely." Another fan commented that the resemblance was "absolutely remarkable." Another admirer commented, "I assumed it was a movie poster."
 
Farhan Akhtar just made his MCU debut with the miniseries Ms. Marvel. He delighted all his Indian admirers. Even though his role was brief, his mere presence satisfied his supporters. Speaking of the show, he claimed that Hindi heroes have long been performing superheroic feats. Our heroes have been beating up an array of bad guys and sending them flying in the air since time immemorial.” he said during a conversation with The Russo Brothers, who were in Mumbai to promote their action film for Netflix, ‘The Gray Man.
 
“We as India’s film fraternity may not have huge spending power on VFX or budgets like the films in the west. But we need to up our game as the audience now has access to content from all over the world,". the actor-director-producer concluded by saying this.


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