Amitabh Bachchan along with son Abhishek Bachchan, daughter Shweta Bachchan, daughter-in-law Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and granddaughters Aaradhya Bachchan and Navya Naveli Nanda reached to his terrace to clap and show gratitude to those helping us fight coronavirus. This was as per Prime Minister Narendra Modi's suggestion that a lot of Indians came to the balconies and windows of their houses to clap and make noise to express gratitude. While the Bachchan family was lauded for their kind participation, they got trolled too.
In the pictures and videos of the Bachchan parivaar, we saw all of them dressed in white and that's what got netizens talking. Some of the netizens trolled them for being all colour coordinated in white. A Twitter user wrote, "Hi, excuse me, why y'all always wearing white in Bachchan house? Not complaining or criticizing. Just a curious question." Another user asked if there was a dress code, "#SocialDistancing Forgotten, Country Raises a Racket at 5 pm and why is @SrBachchan and family dressed in #white? Was there a #dress code too?"
Amitabh Bachchan on his Twitter handle shared a video of his family clapping and cheering for all. In the caption, he wrote, " Historic .. we are ONE .. and we have WON ! “शंख बजे औ ताल बजे, औ बजी है गणपत आरती, अद्भुत दृश्य सुना विश्व नें हम उत्तम उज्ज्वल भारती“ ~ AB At 5pm March 22nd the entire nation came out & applauded NEVER SEEN ANYTHING LIKE THIS ! PROUD TO BE AN INDIAN - JAI HIND."
Why are you all in white?— Naveen Gupta (@ng3870698) March 22, 2020
Why everyone is in white?— Pooja (@Pooja60756687) March 22, 2020
Hi, excuse me, why y'all always wearing white in Bachchan house? Not complaining or criticizing. Just a curious question. https://t.co/ep7X9rBhGm— Komal (@NotAMooPoint) March 22, 2020
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Abhishek Bachchan too shared the videos on their respective social media accounts.
Image Source: Viral Bhayani
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