She might be a successful, career-oriented mother of two adults but designer Shweta Bachchan Nanda is not growing up anytime soon for megastar-dad Amitabh Bachchan and his recent outpour of love for her on social media is proof of the same. Gushing over Shweta’s recently concluded fashion show which he missed, Amitabh was seen flooding the Internet with emotional posts after his daughter’s successful fashion label launch. Also Read - Short Film on Coronavirus: Amitabh Bachchan, Rajinikanth, Mammootty, Ranbir, Priyanka, Alia Team-up For ‘Family’

Taking to his Instagram handle, Amitab shared the pictures from the event where Shweta flaunted her label, MxS World. The diva wore a denim jacket to the show with Big B’s portrait printed on one sleeve. He captioned it, “.. progeny pride .. moist eyes , ever to se achievement of kids .. love you Mama (sic).” In another post, Amitabh shared throwback pictures and captioned them, “… kab ye aise se aisi ban gayi pata hi nahin chala (Didn’t realise when she grew up so fast) love you Mama (sic).” The last emotional post read, “.. pride of progeny.. moist eyes .. ramp walk of her designer MXS .. and more to come .. love (sic).” Also Read - Amitabh Bachchan Shares Fake WhatsApp Image of India on World Map, Gets Trolled



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… kab ye aise se aisi ban gayi pata hi nahin chala 💕 love you Mama

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.. pride of progeny.. moist eyes .. ramp walk of her designer MXS .. and more to come .. love 💕

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On the professional front, Amitabh is gearing up for Nagraj Manjule-directorial Jhund. Amitabh essays the role of a soccer coach who motivates slum children to play soccer and becomes the founder of the village kids team of football. The movie is based on 73-year old Vijay Barse, a man who had changed the lives of hundreds of slum children through soccer. A retired sports teacher, Vijay founded an NGO called Slum Soccer and managed to rehabilitate street kids by keeping them off drugs and crime by turning them into soccer players and eventually building a whole team.

Shot in parts of Nagpur in Maharashtra, Amitabh, who began shooting for the film in December 2018, was seen sharing glimpses of his shoot life on his social media handles as he relived his childhood nostalgia of rustic life on the film’s sets. The movie marks the first collaboration between Senior Bachchan and Nagraj and is bankrolled by Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Raaj Hiremath, Savita Raj Hiremath and Nagraj Manjule.

Apart from this, Amitabh has Ayan Mukerji’s Brahmastra in his kitty which is slated to release on December 8, 2020.