Amitabh Bachchan teaches this boy a lesson for ‘insulting’ his parents on Twitter

Amitabh Bachchan came across a tweet from a guy, who was 'insulting' his parents on Twitter, and gave it back to him with authority: 'Even your parents were made by your grand parents .. did they crib about their bills ...???' he asked him.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi | Updated: July 4, 2017 6:24 pm
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Amitabh Bachchan is quite active on social media, and is known for connecting with his fans and admirers on a daily basis. From sharing words of wisdom to an occasional witty jest and posting new pictures every day, the Shahenshah of Bollywood makes sure he doesn’t miss even one day to chat with his followers. The 74-year-old recently took a detour from his usual friendly banter to teach a lesson to a youngster on Twitter. It seems, while scrolling, the Sarkar actor came across a tweet, from Twitter user Kush with the handle @KeeperOfTheDay, which read: “I am upset with my parents for making me exist. You just decided to make a person? Who’s gonna pay my bills? Me? I didn’t ask for this.”

Take a look at the tweet here.

Without wasting any time, Bachchan replied: “@KeeperOfTheDay @TumblrJournaI even your parents were made by your grand parents .. did they crib about their bills …???”

After looking at Bachchan’s tweet, Kush rushed to clarify his tweet. “With all due respect sir, it was supposed to be sarcasm. We all do respect and honor our parents and they are second to none,” he wrote.

Here’s his tweet to Bachchan.

No sooner had the actor tweeted it, a lot of people backed his words and went on to diss Kush’s tweet. Take a look at all the reactions on social media.

Do you agree with Bachchan? Tell us in the comments below.

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    Rajesh Kapil
    Jul 9, 2017 at 9:37 am
    May be the guy is too young to say what he said. There was an English Prof. at Guru Nanak Dev University who once said in the classroom while teaching ,"my parents were enjoying and i was born as a result". Different set-up, different concept but there is a point therein. No disrespect in this conversation.
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    Shaheen
    Jul 7, 2017 at 5:03 pm
    He ( Amitabhe Bachman) said it right. Khush only complained about his bills what about all the fun he is having in life? He got that without asking na? Since he didn't ask for all the good things in his life he has no business to use/enjoy them. Can he do that?
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    indian
    Jul 5, 2017 at 9:26 am
    If a comment is supposed to be sarcastic, the commenter should provide adequate hints.
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