Amitabh Bachchan has been very active on social media from the time the lockdown has been imposed. He has shared many pictures and videos with us. The pictures were throwback pictures, his daily routine pictures and he also shared some videos spreading awareness amongst the people to maintain social distance. Recently, Amitabh Bachchan went back in time and has shared a vintage throwback picture from the year 1985 where he was in Paris with his family. The picture also shows us the world of cinema trivia. You will also see wife Jaya Bachchan, daughter Shweta Bachchan Nanda and son Abhishek Bachchan in the picture.
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Paris, Montmartre, 1985 .. the famous bohemian courtyard of artists and painters .. made famous by the legendary artist Toulouse Lautrec .. a film made on him ‘Moulin Rouge’ that starred the incredible actor José Ferrer .. and later Moulin Rouge made by Baz Luhrmann .. and of course “Calcuttaites” would dwell on the famous night club Moulin Rouge , on Prak Steeet .. our nightly hang out during 1962 – 1968 .. and the band of Louis Banks and singer Pam Crane .. aaahhhh .. those were the days my friend .. Back to the picture 😀 .. Abhishek thinking that my portrait being drawn is going all wrong 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
This picture is a beautiful collage made of four pictures. While sharing, he captioned it with quite a big note, sharing his memory. In the picture, you can see a street painter making a live portrait of Amitabh. Jaya Bachchan and their friends were looking at them from a distance. In other pictures, the Bollywood couple along with Shweta and Abhishek take a critical look at the portrait. Amongst all this, Abhishek is looking quite amused. Amitabh has told us why he looks so amused saying, he thinks ‘my portrait being drawn all wrong’.
Amitabh also spoke with fondness about his years in Calcutta (now Kolkata) from 1962 – 1968, where his friends and he would frequently visit Park Street’s night club named Moulin Rouge. He also spoke how Moulin Rouge, the 1952 British film, starring Puerto Rican actor José Ferrer, had made this street in Paris famous. Today’s generations are more likely to remember it by the latest Hollywood film of the same name, made by director Baz Luhrmann.
Many people commented on this collage. Shweta Bachchan commented, “Hahahaha look at AB’s face.” One user said: “Haha! What a priceless memory!” while another said, “Lifetime memories with the family.”