Megastar Amitabh Bachchan praises and blessing for any film or a project is a great achievement for any star in the entertainment business. The actor recently wished luck to director Shivkumar Parthasarathy for his recently released Marathi movie titled, Dokyala Shot. This video message from the megastar felt the director on cloud nine, gushing over him. Taking to his social networking account, he shared the video clip which is truly overwhelming. These encouraging words of the megastar will surely be treasure for the director.
In the video message wishing the entire team he mentioned of this being an amazing venture of director Shivkumar Parthasarathy and producer Uttung Hitendra Thakur, also he further wishes luck to the background score designers Rohan and Vinayak. Big B also mentioned of sharing a warm rapport with Rohan and Vinayak as they had worked in the past and also treating him as family. On the end note he is seen urging people to appreciate their hard work put in to make this movie.
Shivkumar shared this video on his Facebook as well as Instagram account wrote, “Can't ask for more... I am so grateful to sir for showering such kind words for us. @amitabhbachchan thank you so much sir.”
His Instagram post/story read, “ Sir... Sir... Oh sirrrrr... I love you. God is kind to me is all I can say... For my first film to get best wishes from, the legend, Shahensha... This is pure love... I can't express it in words... Thanks a million. God bless you and more power to you. Dokyala shot” ALSO READ: Did You Catch Radhika Apte's Latest Cover Shoot Trending on Social Media?
Movie stars Suvrat Joshi, Prajakta Mali, Omkar Govardhan, Rohit Haldikar, Ganesh Pandit and premiered on Sony Marathi on May 31. ALSO READ: Surgical Operations Team: First Look Of Gashmeer Mahajani's Upcoming Web Series Is Out Now
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