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77-feet long cake in Udaipur on Big B’s birthday



Udaipur:A 77-feet long cake will be cut in Udaipur on Friday on the occasion of Amitabh Bachchan’s 77th birthday, said Mukesh Madhwani, chairperson, Udaipur Filmcity Sangharsh Samiti who has been struggling hard to establish a film city here.

Since last many years, he has been inviting thousands of fans to Ashoka Bakery where they all gather and cut the cake to celebrate the Big B’s birthday.

“This time, the occasion becomes special as Bachchan has recently been awarded with prestigious Dada Saheb Phalke Award, he said.

Big B is one actor who has reinvented himself with time, and can still give any newcomer a run for their money. In the last five decades, he has earned the love and respect of million of fans. Such has been his fan base that birthday wishes started pouring in even a day before his special day.

Fans from across the globe have been sending love and good wishes on Big B’s 77th birthday. And the Paa actor took to social media to thank his fans for their love and support.

“My immense gratitude and gratefulness to them that send their wishes for the 11th .. I cannot possibly thank each one individually .. but each one of you reside in my heart .. my love to you ..Anek anek dhanyavaad.”


Big B took to his blog to share his feelings about his birthday. “As you sit in the silence of the late hour , in the solitude desired, in the moment of the working of that which never has, it brings wonder and an emptiness which finds itself in a difficult trance to compile words expressions which could perhaps give value, expected value, to them that reach out as Ef followers,” he wrote.


Sena objects to political misuse of ‘Tanhaji’ trailer




Mumbai: Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut kicked off a fresh controversy by taking objections to a trailer of ‘Tanhaji’ film being allegedly misused for politics in the upcoming Delhi Assembly elections, here on Tuesday.

The tongue-in-cheek trailer depicts Prime Minister Narendra Modi as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and Union Home Minister Amit Shah as the trusted military Commander Tanaji Malusare, while Delhi Aam Aadmi Party Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is lampooned as Udaybhan Singh Rathore.

Guided by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, Tanhaji had fought the historic battle for Sinhagad Fort in Pune on February 4, 1670 which was under the control of a Rajput commander, Udaybhan Singh Rathore, guided by Maharaja Jai Singh I, an ally of the Mughals.

A comparison has been drawn to the battle of Sinhagad Fort with the Delhi elections and the website has said: “Jo Dilli Jeet Gaya, Samjho Dil Jeet Gaya”.

“Misusing the name of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj is not proper and will not be tolerated,” warned Raut of the trailer on Tuesday.

The trailer has been uploaded by a website “Political Kida”, considered close to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

The website has uploaded it on its social media sites and it has gone viral, eliciting strong reactions from various quarters.

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