Veteran actor Amitabh Bachchan never fails to acknowledge his fans with his great sense of humour. This time the star wants to gain followers on Twitter.
The 75-year-old actor tweeted, "T 2795 - Arre yaar Twitter ji .. yaar ab toh hamare numbers badha do .. kab se itna kuch dal rahe hain .. kuch aur karna ho, number badhane ke liye to bolo .. TJKBM !!!"
The fans went berserk over his tweet as one of them commented, "Start Following And Supporting Rahul Gandhi, Even People From Russia, Indonesia, Kazakhstan And Papua New Guinea Will Start Following You Sir."
Another fan wrote, "Jaya ji ne 50mn ka target diya hai shayad. (Maybe Jaya Bachchan has given him the target of 50 million followers). "
On the film front, Amitabh will be seen in '102 Not Out' along with veteran actor Rishi Kapoor.
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