Throwback Thursday: When Abhishek Bachchan Feel Into Bed Of Flowers, Got Lost During a visit With Family
Amitabh Bachchan is that the master of throwback pictures and moments. His social media account may be a treat for all the Bollywood buffs and particularly people that are their fans and admirers. They're fun, nostalgic and that they give us a priceless glimpse back in history. Recently, he shared an image from his family vacation.
Big B reminisced about his visit to the Keukenhof Garden, Netherlands. Not just that, the veteran actor also had a fun anecdote to share along side an image of what he called the simplest garden within the world. The superstar revealed how son Abhishek Bachchan fell into a bed of flowers during the trip and got lost within the valley of flowers. He wrote, "We are all living in 'hortus conclusus' .. wandering about within ourselves .. in our 'enclosed garden' .. BUT .. Keukenhof , the foremost beautiful open garden is different .. such fond memories of Jaya Abhishek and Shweta in these heavenly spaces .. and tiny Abhishek falling into one bunch , into one kyaari and almost getting lost ... those were the times !!"
The superstar who is sort of active on social media often shares pictures and memories of his family. Recently, his daughter, Navya Naveli Nanda, recently graduated from Fordham University in ny . He took to social media to pen a congratulatory message. Big B shared how they celebrated Navya's big day at his Jalsa home since the graduation ceremony has been stalled thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. along side the post, he shared a video during which Navya is seen wearing a home-made graduation gown and cap.
Last week, Amitabh paid an emotional tribute to Irrfan Khan and Rishi Kapoor, who gave up the ghost on April 29 and 30 respectively. He shared a collage of throwback pictures of Irrfan and Rishi on his Instagram and wrote, "The death of an elder celebrity vs death of a younger .. the grief of the latter more intense than that of the previous .. why ..? The younger more tragic. Why the loss of the young seems more tragic than that of the older .. Because you lament the loss of opportunity within the latter .. unrealised possibilities (sic)."