Amitabh Bachchan Defends Fan Artwork As He Shares One Of Him And Abhishek


Amitabh Bachchan shared fan art with him and his son Abhishek Bachchan. He also expressed his love for the artwork made by his fans.

Amitabh Bachchan has expressed his love for the many artworks made for him by his fans. The actor, whose Twitter profile picture is also a work of art, took to his Instagram account on Tuesday to share fan art featuring him and his son Abhishek Bachchan. The cartoon art shows him in a red blazer with a smile on his face while Abhishek stood next to him in a green blazer with his mouth open. Read also | Amitabh Bachchan ends all secrecy surrounding Agastya Nanda’s debut with The Archies, confirms on Twitter

The actor spoke about Abhishek’s expression in the artwork, captioning the photo, “Ready to devour!! and let me tell you, you already did.” The post came a day after he slammed the review of an artwork made by one of his fans.

An Amitabh Bachchan fan page had criticized an artwork made by another fan account, telling the creator that it wasn’t fair that the art had the actor’s face but someone’s body. another, and asking her if she would like the same thing done to her. . Amitabh reacted strongly to the tweet which has since been deleted, noting that he likes it. He also asked the creator to do more artwork like this.

He wrote: “Mujhe achcha lagta hai.. ab bolo hai koi jawaab (I like it. Say now do you have an answer to this)?? art is art and I like the way it Done.. please do some more @ef_ankita..don’t mind others.” Fans added more illustrations in the comments.

Amitabh explained his reaction in detail in a blog on his Tumblr page as he shared several artworks depicting him. He wrote: “When art surpasses commentary, when commentary remains commentary, when aversion remains aloof, likes abound, when tears wipe away the muddy base, when the fear of leaving is overcome by the joy of stay, when the family is the strength to count in non-singular multiples, then the art will prevail beyond all.” The actor also called the art a “blessing” in his in-depth blog. He concluded it saying, “Give creativity a chance!!! I try to live off it.”


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