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Amitabh Bachchan wants Twitter to stop torturing him

Recently, Amitabh Bachchan posted on Twitter where he addressed the micro-blogging site as a person and pleaded with it to stop torturing him.

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Amitabh Bachchan has written a poem on Twitter. 

Seems like, the tales of Amitabh Bachchan’s struggle with Twitter are never-ending. Recently, the 75-year-old actor posted on Twitter where he addressed the micro-blogging site as a person and pleaded with it to stop torturing him.

The Bollywood veteran cited some issues in posting stuff on the site and eluded to a sudden drop in his number of followers, a few days back. He tweeted, “T 2623 – अरे Twitter भाई साहेब , या बहनजी ( पता नहीं ना इनका gender क्या है , इस लिए दोनों को संभोधित किया ), हम कुछ छाप रहे हैं , और आप उसको छपने ही नहीं दे रहे हैं ! अमाँ , 200,000 follower एक ही दिन में काट दिया आपने .. अब इसे तो मत काटो यार !! अब इतना भी ज़ुल्म न करो 🙏”

After some time, the actor again took to Twitter to post a Hindi poem dedicated to the site. He captioned the poem: “Mr/Ms Twitter dedicated to you”. In the poem, the actor wrote loving words for Twitter and beseeched it to not get angry with him.

Read his tweet here:

On Thursday, Amitabh’s Twitter handle made it to the headlines as the megastar followed a number of Congress leaders. After following Congress president Rahul Gandhi and the party’s official Twitter handle, he began following senior party like leaders P Chidambaram, Kapil Sibal, Ahmed Patel, Ashok Gehlot, Ajay Maken, Jyotiraditya Scindia, Sachin Pilot and CP Joshi from this month.

A few days back, Twitter team also visited Amitabh to explain to him how their website functions. He tweeted about it too and wrote, “T 2619 – The Twitter team came from across the seas to visit me at work and to explain to me how TWITTER works .. thank you ! The truth of the working is so ‘apparent’ !!”

(With inputs from ANI)