Gucci Creative Director Alessandro Michele is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the fashion house this year, giving a historic boost to a collection unveiled virtually Thursday that has embraced its equestrian heritage, borrowed references from the Tom Ford era and outright stolen from the French brand Balenciaga.
“Gucci was born under some kind of constellation because the power it wields is almost inexplicable,” Michele said during a video press conference.
The party took place in a film version of the Savoy Hotel in London, where the founder of fashion house Guccio Gucci was inspired to return home to Florence and open his own leather goods store, specializing in leather goods. travel bags he had admired while working as a bellboy. .
The collection was called “Aria”, a reference to another Italian creation, lyric opera. The models walked long hallway runways outfitted with hundreds of flashing cameras tacked to the wall in place of absent paparazzi. A mix of Gucci-themed pop songs – proof, if needed, of the brand’s enduring relevance – provided the soundtrack.
The collection was virtually unveiled Thursday which embraced its equestrian heritage, borrowing references from the Tom Ford era. (Photo: AP)
The first look was a tear on Tom Ford’s 1996 red velvet suit, complete with a frizzy leather harness over a powder blue shirt. Michele said in notes that he had “plundered” the “sexual tension” of Ford’s decade at Gucci from 1994 to 2004.
“Tom understood from the start that Gucci had a kind of magnetism, that cult power,” Michele said.
Michele, who took over as artistic director of Gucci six years ago, has put a fetishized twist on the Gucci brand’s equestrian credentials, including riding caps, fringed leather ties, and mixed polished brooch boots. to glamorous sequined evening outfits, or subverted with erotic transparent dresses. mesh with logo. The models hung long jewelry from their noses.
In one of the collection’s most surprising turns, Michele borrowed or hacked looks directly from Balenciaga, the Parisian fashion house owned by the same parent company, Kering. They included a version of the Balenciaga Jackie bag and a glittery silver suit emblazoned with both Gucci and Balenciaga.
This was the first collection of 2021 for Gucci, which left the fashion calendar and pledged to only present two collections per year. The video presentation remained strictly in track format for a year of pandemic experimentation that virtually shut down in-person broadcasts.
Reflecting on the marker of the century, Michele said that the magic of Gucci is its ability to redefine itself over time, without being beholden to a strictly defined image.
“I am trying to renew this brand, this name, this myth, this saga for the millionth time, because Gucci is a complex container that contains a lot, a lot of things,” Michele said.
Abhishek Bachchan is revealed to be the main performer of “money” on Hindi screen. Dressed in a shiny costume (but not shiny enough compared to daddy Amitabh Bachchan’s “ Saara zamana ” whose bulb handles could have electrified a small village), he knocked on “ Sabse bada rupaiyya ” in Bluffmaster ! (2005), a track originally associated with the king of comedy Mehmood of the mid-1970s. He flamboyantly broke the rules in pursuit of wealth in Mani Ratnam’s Guru (2007) in what is generally considered one of his best performances that even Ambanis can endorse. Now in his new movie The big bull, which stumbled upon Disney + Hotstar on April 8 and whose reviews are mixed at best, he proclaims, “I’ll be India’s first billionaire.” In it, Bachchan plays the Dalal Street trickster Hemant Shah. Sounds familiar? Perhaps. Hansal Mehta’s recent Web Scam 1992 series had a surprisingly similar plot. Both are inspired by the steep ascent and descent of Harshad Mehta. For viewers young enough to remember the 1990s, there is no need to explain who Mehta was. For the rest, it would suffice to say that he was a charismatic broker who made a murder in Dalal Street with his exploits but was soon made in by his venal ambition. A sort of Gordon Gekko for whom greed was good. Or will we say that greed was God?
“Note ka maalik banne ke liye ussey kamana padhta hai”, prescribed the bad boy of Saif Ali Khan Shakun Kothari in Baazaar (2018). For Emraan Hashmi’s little con artists, the good and the bad are two sides of the same coin (Crook, 2010), giving his many on-screen characters a free pass to overturn the hard rules. of morality in its favor. Even Guru’s own Bachchan Gurukanth Desai defends his unscrupulous practices by invoking Gandhi in the film’s climax. It may have been filmmaker Mani Ratnam’s attempt to achieve some sort of redemptive moment in the public eye by Gordon Gekko / Tony Montana / Godfather. “I’m the audience,” Gurukanth Desai slams in a scene worthy of a whistle. From Kishore Kumar making fun of money as a magic wand in Paisa Hi Paisa (1956) to Akshay Kumar playing with ‘Main baarish kar doon paise ki jo tu ho jaaye meri’ in De Dana Dan (2009) ten years ago, Hindi cinema has come a long way in its relationship with money. Even Shah Rukh Khan of Raees who says, “Ammi jaan kehti thi, koi dhandha chhota nahin hota aur dhandhe se bada koi dharm nahin hota”, is far from the dreamy-eyed Rahul of Yes Boss (1997) who firmly believes that, “Dil ki gali bohot chhoti hoti hai. Usmein ya toh paisa reh sakta hai, ya pyaar. “
Abhishek Bachchan to Guru and Shah Rukh Khan to Raees.
Paisa and pyaar are two of Bollywood’s oldest tropes, dating as far back as the wonderfully timeless Shree 420 and Pyaasa. Raj Kapoor’s Shree 420 best captures the essence of these twin attractions. It sometimes feels like being pro-poor was not enough for this most enduring Hindi classic. It had to be anti-capitalist. His eponymous hero Raj (Raj Kapoor) is forced to give up his idealism and honesty, which had endeared him to his lover Vidya (Nargis) in the first place, for a life of crime. Or to Maya (Nadira), as the vampire calls her. Kapoor’s tramp receives his first lesson in the heartless nature of a big city when he lands in Bombay. A beggar by the side of the road told him, “People can only hear the tinkling of money here.” The city’s perverse influence corrupts the naive Raj. “Iss duniya mein toh saans lene ke liye bhi paisa chahiye,” he said to Vidya, justifying his position. Raj ends up making amends, only because uncompromising Vidya is the moral force of the film and wouldn’t indulge in his wrongdoing.
In 1950s socialist India, for Raj to be a hero, he had to be redeemed in this way. In Bollywood, the rich have always been the bad guy. In other words, cunning lenders and landlords are now being replaced by billionaires with net worth and corporate empires. Take any number of films from this era and you find “money” to be a problematic business. In Pyaasa, Guru Dutt is a struggling poet in whom the audience immediately places their sympathies while the elite Rehman is the toff who gives the upper class a bad image. The same goes for the Kundan (Jeevan) returning abroad to Naya Daur. Then there’s Dharmendra who plays the humble teacher and novelist Ashok in Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s Anupama (1966). Sharmila Tagore’s Anupama comes from a wealthy family who have a troubled relationship with her father. Ashok is certainly a man without means, but as he reminds his father, “love and sacrifice” compensates for all his deprivation and despair. From Neecha Nagar (1946) and Waqt (1965) to Dulhe Raja (1998) and Dhadkan (2000), this rich classic girl-boy candy has had a lasting impact on Hindi audiences. One of the main objections of Mughal-E-Azam, the ultimate magnum opus of Hindi cinema, is that the heroine (Madhubala) is a commoner and therefore no match for Prince Charming (Dilip Kumar) who will soon be the emperor of India. A victory without question for money, privileges and power.
Dharmendra in 1966 released the movie Anupama. (Photo: express archives)
Looking at the cinema of the 1970s, you are told that capitalism was always an enemy that had to be defeated. The hero, however, took a step forward – poorer, he now belonged to the working class. Amitabh Bachchan’s Vijay de Deewaar (1975) stacks up an empire but is not rich enough to buy his mother’s love. Again, the tantalizing battle between “money” and “love”. The Bollywood rule seems simple. The profit, if it is lavished on the needy in a generosity of spirit à la Robin des Bois, does not remain the evil that it is intrinsically. Cue the countless gangster hits, from Agneepath (1990) to Raees (2017). Or the “heists” that extract money for popcorn laughs. Do you remember “Mayyat ka chanda” in Andaz Apna Apna (1994)? “Paisa kya cheez hai?” Raju (Akshay Kumar) asks in Hera Pheri (2000) before replying: “Haath ka mail”. Before even having possession of the dirty lucre, glib Baburao Ganpatrao Apte (Paresh Rawal) knows how to spend it all. He has his own laundry list that includes alcohol on tap.
Akshay Kumar as Raju in Hera Pheri (2000).
Many critics have pointed out that the economic liberalization of 1991 unlocked India’s unlimited ambition. The sky was the limit and it gave birth to a thriving culture where money and consumerism could buy you happiness. Same sweet revenge – ask Suniel Shetty whose theme of rags to wealth (“50 paise to Rs 500 crore”) fueled the Dhadkan of the 2000s. The economic boom of the 21st century changed the way we lived our lives and steered Bollywood down the dirty path of profit, disconcertingly presented as a dream to a better life. Emraan Hashmi, whose career has been a mass friendly mix of free enterprise, lip-smacking and criminality, says in Jannat: “Jeb khali ho tabhi toh sapne dekhne chahiye”. He makes his fortune as a cricket bookmaker but meets his fair game in the end. Some things, it seems, have not changed. Heroes who want to make quick money are always punished. Capitalism may be a dominant force in today’s resurgent India, but it still cannot trump socialism as the apostle of moral certainty on Hindi screens for a few more decades. Until then, the billionaire’s club will continue to be the devil. The world of Tatas, Ambanis, Adanis and Birlas has their task, it seems.
Let’s get one thing straight: the Gucci collection presented on Thursday morning, the one dotted with silhouettes, powerful shoulders and the logo of Balenciaga designer Demna Gvasalia? It was do not a collaboration. Instead, the house said it was a product of Creative Director Alessandro Michele’s “hack lab” – a theoretical place Michele has once frolicked, where he collects wild references from different places and times and reformulates them into contemporary cultural statements. It’s not just a buzzword: he used his obsession with Renaissance painting to kickstart the fluid genre fad. The “tribute” or “reference” may be the main fashion trick of our time, but only Michele brings them together to lasso the Gucci bubble at much bigger cultural shifts.
The “hack lab” is the kind of classic Michele-ism that raises more questions than it answers, but it has also resulted in probably the strangest and most absurd thing we’ve seen in fashion since. the arrival of Gvasalia and Michele. has changed the way almost everyone around the world dresses.
Going back a bit: all this week the fashion world has been chatting about the rumor that the Gucci show scheduled for Thursday, titled Aria, is a collaboration between the Italian mega-brand and its brother under the Kering conglomerate, Balenciaga. It was a real headache, seemingly unprecedented and hard even to imagine – like siblings going out or twins changing clothes. It’s not enough like Supreme collaborating with Louis Vuitton in 2017, in which a super street brand and a super fashion brand had a sort of royal wedding (and which marked the official anointing of streetwear in the fold of haute couture). It also wouldn’t be as if Dries Van Noten delved into Christian Lacroix’s archives for his Spring 2020 womenswear collection. Balenciaga designer Demna Gvasalia is known for his bizarre collaborations – at Vetements he has already collaborated with 11 brands. in one salon, and he put the ‘Kering’ logos in a Balenciaga collection – but in these cases, Gvasalia has always had the upper hand, as a disruptive force in high fashion putting the mall brands and the brands of dad in a new context. Could it be like Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons co-designing Prada? Or anything else?
Of course, the hack was unlike any of the above. “Aria” began with a model in a red velvet suit (a nod to Tom Ford’s tenure in Gucci) entering a club called Savoy, named after the hotel where founder Guccio Gucci fell in love with leather ( baggage, you perverts!). Suddenly he appeared on a camera-lined trail – the aforementioned “hacking lab”. A few looks later the glorious chaos began: a model in a pair of these Balenciaga leggings, with the ruched stretch skater top as we first saw them in Balenciaga spring 2017 … but with the Gucci stripe green and red and the boots covered with Gucci logos. A few looks later, there was that unmistakable balenciaga shoulder, but in a Gucci equine color palette. Then Balenciaga flowers, but bearing the name “Gucci”. The classic Gucci Jackie bag – printed with “Balenciaga”. The superb hourglass suit jacket by Gvasalia, in the Gucci diamond design. Coat with asymmetrical closure by Balenciaga for fall 2017, in a racing-stripe color.
These are Gvasalia’s biggest Balenciaga hits – but Gucci-fied. It was indeed less a collaboration than a Fuck, in the best possible way. As Michele put it in a video that was shared on Instagram a few hours before the show, “In any great saga, no one knows what’s real and what isn’t.” (His good friend Jared Leto said, in another video, “People are going to lose their minds!” He was right!) They were like fashion deepfakes: some mad scientist made my Gucci behave like Balenciaga !! !
Alia Bhatt followed all day yesterday as a teaser for her next movie, Gangubai Kathiawadi has been freed. She received praise from all sides, and the actor was later seen attending the birthday party for the film’s director, Sanjay Leela Bhansali.
the Highway The actor was seen having fun with the fashion as she stepped out in a white one-shoulder blouse with a tie waist detail. She paired it with white pants and accessorized the look with gold hoops. Hassle-free, she tied her hair back into a neat ponytail.
Watch the videos here.
The actor’s penchant for white is no secret as she has often sported color.
She looked lovely when she stepped out in a white kurta-churidaar from the AM: PM Official label by Ankur & Priyanka Modi. Styled by Ami Patel, the chanderi set has been accessorized with silver earrings.
What do you think of her look? (Deposit)
Here are a few more examples of the actor nailing white.
Alia Bhatt at Kalank screening. (Source: APH Images)
We love the way Alia adds color by pairing her outfits with brightly colored shoes.
Actor Ranbir Kapoor was typed in Mumbai as he stepped out to visit a clinic. The Brahmastra star, who recently recovered from Covid-19, has kept his distance from the paparazzi, while managing to strike a cool pose for the cameras.
“Aap log ka lockdown nahi hai (Weren’t you asked to observe the lockdown)?” Ranbir asked as he posed for the paps. When the photographers told him their work was in progress, he asked, “Kyun (Why)?”
Keeping his outfit casual, Ranbir wore his mask everywhere. This was one of the few occasions that Ranbir was spotted since his recovery. He was seen two weeks ago, visiting the home of producer Aarti Shetty, along with his good friend and filmmaker Ayan Mukerji.
After testing negative for the coronavirus, Ranbir also performed a puja to mark the 11-month-old death anniversary of his late father and veteran actor Rishi Kapoor. He was accompanied by his sister Riddhima Kapoor Sahni at the prayer service.
See some photos of Ranbir Kapoor here:
Ranbir Kapoor looked dapper in gray. (Photo: Varinder Chawla) Ranbir Kapoor recently recovered from Covid-19. (Photo: Varinder Chawla) Ranbir Kapoor posed for the cameras. (Photo: Varinder Chawla)
Ranbir had tested positive for Covid-19 in early March and had quarantined himself at his home in Bandra. Her mother, actor Neetu Kapoor had shared her diagnosis on her Instagram handle. Ranbir’s girlfriend and actor Alia Bhatt has also tested positive the 1st of April. After being in quarantine at home for several days, she shared on Wednesday negative test.
Ranbir and Alia, who have been dating for some time, are awaiting the release of Brahmastra, apart from their individual plans. Brahmastra, director of Ayan Mukerji, marks the first on-screen collaboration between Ranbir and Alia. It also stars Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarjuna, Mouni Roy and others.
Whenever Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh are spotted at the airport, it’s nothing short of a fashion extravaganza. Always keeping their style game on point, the couple are giving each other some major fashion goals. It was no different this time when they were spotted leaving Mumbai on Wednesday evening. But this time, they took their look a step further by opting for paired outfits!
Take a look at the images below.
The couple were seen leaving for Bangalore. (Photo: Varinder Chawla)
The two were seen in oversized white shirts with black stockings and blue denim jackets. Ranveer designed her look with a basic silver chain and rectangular sunglasses. Brown suede boots completed the look.
They kept it simple yet stylish. (Photo: Varinder Chawla)
the Piku The actor, meanwhile, sported his button-down shirt with a Fendi handbag and ankle boots. She kept it simple and tied her hair up in a bun.
We love it when Deepveer twin! (Photo: Varinder Chawla)
Deepika was seen carrying a Fendi handbag. (Photo: Varinder Chawla)
We love the look. Not only is it super trendy but also very comfortable. But you can always enhance your look by pairing your denim jackets with accessories.
Previously, Ranveer had been spotted at the airport in a printed Hawaiian shirt with black pants, take a look here.
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Walking is good for you – like, really good for you, but the best men’s walking shoes haven’t always screamed “sex appeal.” So far. Considering the explosion of interest in the less tiring cousin of running over the past year or so, walking shoes have, uh, stepped up their game. They still come equipped with all the cushioned outsoles, a breathable upper and essential arch support you need for a long day on your feet, but now they have the style to suit them. Some borrow design details from sleek modern runners, others take inspiration from retro silhouettes, but everyone here will help you get that daily step count while looking primo with just about everything. you have. Whether you’re heading for an hour-long walk or just taking a quick trip to the bodega, here are the 16 best men’s walking shoes to lace up right now.
The best all-purpose walking shoe
Hoka One One Bondi 7 Trainers
Hoka’s unique sneaker is loved by serious walkers and aesthetes. The most cushioned shoe in the brand’s chunky-soled repertoire, the Bondi 7 delivers a consistently smooth and luxurious walking experience no matter the distance. Yes, the shoe is designed with the brand’s exceptional EVA midsole, breathable mesh upper and super-soft memory foam collar specially designed to cradle your heel. But it is also – dare we say it? – downright sexy, a rarity in a market largely dominated by sneakers that place function well above form.
The Best Dad Approved Walking Shoe
New Balance M991NV sneakers
Long before it was in fashion, New Balance had cornered the market for comfort shoes. The Boston-based brand has been producing some of the chunkiest, daddiest sneakers (in a good way!) For over a century, and every shoe in its 990 series has rightfully achieved icon status. Almost any pair of NB will treat your feet with the dignity they deserve, but this one, handcrafted in England from pig suede and designed to maximize shock absorption, is especially suitable for long runs. days on the move.
The best trail-ready walking shoe
Salomon Limited Edition XT-6 ADV Trainers
A surprise favorite of the fashion crowd (and GQ’s 2019 sneaker of the year), the Salomon XT-6 is the rare mountaineering shoe with plenty of city appeal. It’s packed with ultra-functional tech – bungee-style lace-up closures, heavily padded collar, studded rubber outsoles – to help you dominate the trails, but will look just as comfortable with chino pants. wide legs.
The best old-fashioned walking shoe
Nike Challenger OG sneakers
12 More Shoes We Love
Adidas TRX Vintage OG sneakers
Inspired by the Adidas marathon kicks of the 70s, ideal for today’s fast walkers.
Reebok Premier Road Modern Ultra Trainers
Hard to miss in the wild, even harder to take off once you feel them standing.
Asics Gel-Kayano 14 sneakers
The latest iteration of Asics’ most iconic silhouette winks at the end of the month, but its build couldn’t be more 2021.
ROA “Daiquiri” Honeycomb Drawstring Sneakers
Anything you put on a degraded Vibram sole automatically looks a lot cooler.
Rick Owens x Veja lace-up sneakers
Turns out the dark lord of fashion is also a flawless gym rat. (Not really.)
Nike ACG Moc 3.0 Trainers
The successful ACG slip-on: ideal for the short walk from the sofa to the kitchen, ideal for long walks everywhere else.
Classic Reebok Legacy Gore-Tex Leather Sneakers
Spring weather never really had a chance.
New Balance 2002R sneakers
The shoe to buy if you’re trying to stand out in a sea of 990.
Adidas x Hyke AH-002 FL sneakers
A sleeper hit from the recent Three Stripes team with Hideaki Yoshihara and Yukiko Ode, the husband and wife duo behind Hyke.
11 By Boris Bidjan Bamba 6 edition Saberi Salomon trainers
Freaky and functional (oddly functional?) In every way.
Li-Ning Running low trainers
Nike Juniper Trail Running Shoes
A nice leisurely ride is no match for a shoe designed for off-road racing.
Veteran actor Tabassum, who was admitted to a Mumbai hospital for complications from Covid-19, tested negative for the virus and has returned home, his son Hoshang Govil has confirmed.
In a statement, Hoshang Govil said, “With the love and blessing of his fans, Tabassum Govil tested negative and returned home. She conquered the Covid-19 virus and made a warrior… Thank you for your continued support. God is big.”
Veteran actor Tabassum emerging from a Mumbai hospital with his son after beating COVID-19. (Photo: Hoshang Govil)
Tabassum had tested positive for the coronavirus a few weeks ago. About her diagnosis, Hoshang said, “She was not feeling well, her blood pressure was a bit high, so we had her tested for Covid-19 and it turned out she was positive. But she was not badly affected. She was asymptomatic. But to be safer, we had it admitted.
The 76-year-old actor tested negative for the virus on April 13. She was in the hospital for about 8-9 days, her son said.
A photo of a frail Tabassum had circled suggesting she was suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, but her son debunked these “rumors.” He had said, “I’m disgusted that people can spread her photo and start a rumor that she has Alzheimer’s disease. This is absolutely wrong. She has no heart disease, no diabetes. “
Tabassum is a film actress and talk show host, she began her career as a child actress in 1947. Later, she had a successful television career as the host of the first television talk show of the Indian television – Phool Khile Hain Gulshan Gulshan from Doordarshan. As a feature film actress, she worked in films such as Mughal-e-Azam (1960), Heer Ranjha (1970), Chameli Ki Shadi (1976) and her last film appearance was in Swarg (1990) .
From Sara Ali Khan’s ethnic mint green outfit to Vaani Kapoor’s version on the evergreen checkered print, B-Town always keeps it super stylish on the go.
So take a look at the best airport styles we’ve put together for you this week.
Don’t forget to pick your favorite and recreate it the next time you’re on your way on vacation!
Sara Ali Khan
What do you think of her look? (Photo: Document PR)
Sara, as always, kept it simple in a mint green sharara ensemble that was paired with a shiny gold tote and Fizzy Goblet juttis. Hair tied in a neat ponytail, she wore her glasses and the obligatory mask.
We really like the color of her dress! (Photo: Document PR)
Mrunal looked pretty as a photo and was all smiles at Mumbai airport recently. Styled by Tanya Ghanvi, she was seen in a pastel green dress from Summer Somewhere that was teamed with athletic shoes.
Vaani kept it chic in a plaid shirt paired with a white camisole and a pair of denim. The look was completed with sunglasses as she left her hair open.
Janhvi Kapoor and Kartik Aaryan
Kartik kept it shiny in a yellow and black hoodie paired with a white t-shirt and jeans. Janhvi, on the other hand, made a strong sartorial statement in separate denim paired with a white crop top.
Nora Fatehi wore a cute Minnie Mouse t-shirt with her jeans and chunky sneakers. A basic black belt and a pair of oversized sunglasses added the finishing touch.
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Amitabh Bachchan celebrated 30 years of his film Ajooba, an Indo-Soviet co-production film, which was loosely based on Arab folklore. The actor shared several photos on his blog and recalled his experience working on director Shashi Kapoor’s company, which was released in 1991.
“… Many memories of the days .. of the collaboration with the Russian company .. of the trips to Russia the freezing cold at the time and in the times of the quieter and warmer enclaves of great historical importance .. dear colleagues from the friends friends in the USSR and the snow and frost of it on the wings of the plane before take off .. from them thaw every time it was taxiing and could not take off .. the special chemical used to melt it down and after many attempts to steal it back home… and the memory of those we have worked with and… unfortunately some dear ones who have passed away today… only years left ”, wrote the actor on his blog.
One of the photos features the late actor Rishi Kapoor, who died in 2020. Another photo of Amitabh Bachchan featured the actor alongside the late actor-filmmaker Shashi Kapoor. “The famous stick that Shashi ji used on set to hit us,” Amitabh recalls as he shared the photo.
Here is a photo of Ranbir Kapoor and Riddhima Kapoor on the sets of Ajooba. (Photo: Amitabh Bachchan / Blog) Shashi Kapoor on the Ajooba plateau. (Photo: Amitabh Bachchan / Blog) Amitabh Bachchan with Rishi Kapoor. (Photo: Amitabh Bachchan / Blog)
But the only photo that caught our attention is that of a young Ranbir Kapoor. Ranbir, along with his mother Neetu Kapoor and sister Riddhima Kapoor, seemed to have visited the Ajooba plateau. Both Riddhima and Ranbir are in awe of Big B. Describing the moment, the Piku actor wrote: “and the puzzled Ranbir on sets.
On Instagram, Amitabh Bachchan shared a photo of himself from Ajooba and wrote: “LAOOBA 30 years !! .. how time has passed.
Earlier, Amitabh Bachchan celebrated Chupke Chupke’s 46th birthday and revealed a fun fact to his fans. On Sunday, the actor shared a photo and wrote, “This house you see in the photo is the home of producer NC Sippy. JALSA! Many films have been shot here. Anand, Namak Haram, Chupke Chupke, Satte pe Satta and many more. “