Amitabh Bachchan takes social media my storm every time he posts a witty tweet. The megastar, who recently made headlines for his fun banter with Shah Rukh Khan over their recent film Badla, co-starring Taapsee Pannu, has once again done the same, but this time it’s about his job. A tweet about world’s largest companies like Google, Amazon Apple, Facebook, Netflix among others’ hourly revenue has made Big B feel that he’s in the wrong profession.
The tweet read, “Amazon: $28.3 million per hour, Apple: $27.5 million per hour, Google: $17.2 million per hour, Microsoft: $14.5 million per hour, Intel: $7.6 million per hour, Facebook: $7.1 million per hour, Netflix: $2.1 million per hour.”Re-Tweeting to which, he wrote really...? We are in the wrong job ..!!!”
Talking about Amitabh Bachchan-SRK's banter on Twitter over Badla, the megastar had revealed that he is not very pleased with the film not getting enough appreciation from its producer, distributor, line-producers or anyone from the industry.
Replying to a fan’s tweet who posted the box office figures of the film, Big B had expressed his disappointment. He then wrote, “about time someone started talking about this silent success .. !! because neither the Producer, nor the distributor, nor the on line Producer, or any else in the Industry, in general .. has even spent a nano second to compliment the success of this film #Badla .. thk u”
Within a few minutes, it was SRK, the producer of film who said, “Sir hum toh wait kar rahein hain ki aap party kab de rahein hain hum sabko! We r waiting outside Jalsa every nite!” Big B had then made a strong come back with his wittier reply to SRK's tweet, where he wrote, "oye .. फ़िल्म में काम हमने kiya , produce आपने किया , promotions में निस्वार्थ योगदान humne diya , अब party भी हम दें !!!??? .. outside Jalsa every night koi nahin aata !!" Didn't we say, Big B always takes Internet by storm with his wit.
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