NEW DELHI: Amitabh Bachchan celebrates eight years of his horror comedy flick ‘Bhootnath.’
The 73-year-old actor took to his Twitter handle to share his happiness saying “its raining years of my films these days.”
“Its raining years of my films these days .. NOW .. 8 years of 'Bhoothnath' .. what delightful film !!,” he tweeted.
Directed by Vivek Sharma, the film is an adaptation of the Oscar Wilde’s short story ‘The Canterville Ghost.’
Other than Big-B, ‘Bhootnath’ also starred Juhi Chawla, Aman Siddiqui, Priyanshu Chatterjee and Rajpal Yadav in lead roles and featured Shah Rukh Khan in a supporting role.
According to the ‘Wazir’ actor’s tweet, it is 'raining years' for his films indeed.
Yesterday was the first year of his ‘National Award’ winning film ‘Piku’ and 24 years of legendary film ‘Khuda Gawah.’
The veteran actor, along with wife Jaya Bachchan had a busy Sunday with store opening of a jewellery brand at three locations in Kolkata.
“Kolkata in the morning .. store openings at 3 locations .. back now .. via thunder clouds and a MI loss!!” he tweeted.
On work ground, Big-B will be coming up with Ribhu Dasgupta directed and Sujoy Ghosh produced ‘TE3N’ on 10 June 2016.
He has even wrapped up shooting for ‘PINK’ directed by Bengali filmmaker Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury and produced by Shoojit Sircar.