A troll called “Buddha”, that’s how Big-B replied to him in full filmy style

Recently, Bollywood legendary actor Amitabh Bachchan has tested positive for Covid-19. Following which, he was admitted to Nanavati Hospital in Mumbai where he is being treated.

He has been spending quality time at home with his family amid the coronavirus lockdown. Big B has been active on social media ever since the lockdown was announced.

The legendary actor is also wishing fans on festivals and also replying individually to a few of them via commenting on his posts. Meanwhile, Big B took to his Instagram page and shared a throwback photo of himself to wish fans on Baisakhi.

Bachchan shared a still from one of his retro movies in which he is donning a white kurta, black sleeveless jacket, yellow dupatta tied around the waist and a yellow turban. He shared the post with the caption, “On the auspicious occasion of Baisakhi, congratulations again and again. May this day be auspicious every day, this cry of all of us. Cheerful moments and sweet lives, celebrate your home. Happiness should always be safe, pray to God,  Happy Baisakhi love”.

His post received several reactions from social media users. One of the Instagram users named Akshay Sharma went into another tangent and asked the Sholay star Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s whereabouts in a not-so-respectful way. The user tweeted: “ऐश्वर्या कहां है रे बूढ़े?” (Where is Aishwarya ‘buddhe’?)

However, it didn’t take much time for Big B to respond to the user. Bachchan didn’t take it on a casual note as the remark was offensive and he replied in a befitting way, “वो वहां है, जहां आप कभी नहीं पहुंच पाएंगे, बाप रे बाप!” ( “She is where you will never reach!”)

Amitabh‘s response left the user in shock and the troller’s condition has worsened. Realizing his mistake,  troller again wrote, ‘You have agreed to be bad sir, so much anyone is angry with those who love them.’ 

This is not the first time when a Bollywood star has been trolled, every day one gets trolled for some reason or the other. Some stars give a befitting reply to these trollers, while there are some who choose to keep silent.

Writer, historian, and activist Dharam Sikarwar is a very active author The Youth. He writes on national and international issues, environment, politics. He is an avid book reader as well.