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Amitabh Bachchan just did a Baghban on Twitter

A Twitter user was ranting against his parents. Big B put him in his place, just like his character in the 2003 hit

Sreyashi Mazumdar @Sreyashi27 3 July 2017, 6:20 PM
Amitabh Bachchan snaps back at a Tweeple

Amitabh Bachchan snaps back at a Tweeple Image: Fotocorp

Parampara, pratishtha, anushasan and Amitabh Bachchan are inseparable.  And you dare not try to mess with his principles. He might just hit you back. A similar thing happened a few days ago when a Twitter user complained about his parents. Big B, in complete Baghban mode, took it upon himself to make him apologise.

Here's what transpired:

"I am upset with my parents for making me exist. You just decided to make a person? Who's gonna pay my bills? Me? I didn't ask for this," wrote a user named Kush.

Big B, who accidentally came upon this tweet, hit back at him with a pertinent question. "@KeeperOfTheDay @TumblrJournaI even your parents were made by your grandparents .. did they crib about their bills ...???" he asked.

We can well imagine the poor fellow's reaction to this Big gyan. On the one hand, he got famous simply because Big B tweeted to him. On the other, getting bashed by THE Amitabh Bachchan in full public glare can get embarrassing. Quick enough to aplogise, he wrote back, "With all due respect sir, it was supposed to be sarcasm. We all do respect and honor our parents and they are second to none."

With over 27.6 million users on the microblogging site, it's not for no reason that Big B is called the Big Daddy of Twitter. Tweeple, beware. Mr Bachchan is watching you.

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