Mumbai, November 15
Megastar Amitabh Bachchan has shared an old letter penned by his son Abhishek Bachchan when he was a child.
Amitabh took to Twitter and shared the letter written in a child's handwriting on a piece of notebook paper It read: "Darling Papa, How are you? We are all well. I miss you very much. Papa you will be home soon. I am praying for your smile Papa. God is hearing our prayers. Do not worry I will look after mama, Shweta didi and the house. I am naughty sometimes. I love you Papa. Your darling son, Abhishek."
T 3549 - Abhishek in his glory .. a letter to me when I was away on a long outdoor schedule ..— Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) November 14, 2019
पूत सपूत तो क्यूँ धन संचय ; पूत कपूत तो क्यूँ धन संचय pic.twitter.com/Tatw1VU1oj
The image currently has 1.4K retweets and 24.1K likes.
He captioned it: "Abhishek in his glory.. a letter to me when I was away on a long outdoor schedule."
Abhishek retweeted the photograph and wrote: "@SrBachchan evidently before I took a creative letter writing course." — IANS
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