Bollywood Special: Amitabh Bachchan Shares Adorable childhood Pic Of Ranbir Kapoor From The Sets Of Ajooba As The film Marks 30 years
Bollywood legendary actor Amitabh Bachchan Ji has been entertaining the audience for over four decades and in the year 2019, He was rewarded with another prestigious award. He won the Dadasaheb Phalke award for his lifetime contribution to Indian cinema. Recently his film Ajooba marked 30 years, sharing the same actor took to his blogging page and posting some memories from the movie set actor felt nostalgic. He shared a series of pictures of the movie and some wonderful moments on sets with co-stars.
What caught our attention was Ranbir Kapoor’s childhood picture that he shared while he visits the set with his late father Rishi Kapoor. He and his sister Riddhima Kapoor Sahni had visited the sets with their actress mother Neetu Kapoor. Their late father, Rishi Kapoor, was also a part of the movie alongside Amitabh. The photo showed a tiny version of Ranbir who was staring at Amitabh while his grandfather and film’s director, Shashi Kapoor joined them too during the conversation.
Amitabh and Rishi worked together in multiple films as co-stars. He recently joined the Indian version of the Hollywood movie remake The Intern with Deepika Padukone. Before his death in April last year, Rishi was supposed to play the second lead with Deepika however, now Big B will be playing his part.
Sharing the photos he wrote a long caption that could be read as, “.. and the bewildered Ranbir on the sets ..” About the film, he wrote, “… of the several memories of the days .. of the collaboration with the Russian Company .. of the trips to Russia the bitter cold at the time and the times of the calmer warmer enclaves of great historic importance .. of the dear colleagues of the friendly friends in the USSR and the snow and the freezing of it on the wings of the plane before takeoff .. of the de freezing of them each time it taxied out and could not take off .. the special chemical used for melting it and after many attempts the flight back to home .. and the memory of those that we worked with and .. sadly some dear that have left us today .. now just the years remain ..”