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‘Badla’ success, demands celebration
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‘Badla’ success, demands celebration

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New Delhi, Apr 10: Owing to the tremendous success of the content film 'Badla', Amitabh Bachchan shared his thoughts on the film via Twitter.

In no time, producer Shah Rukh Khan replied to the same owing the credit to the senior actor as well as playfully demanded a celebration. 'Badla' marked the first association of Shah Rukh and Amitabh Bachchan as a producer and actor, the warm bond between the two Superstars is inevitable on as well as off-screen.

As 'Badla' has been making a mark with flying colours all over, Amitabh Bachchan took to social media to acknowledge and appreciate the due success of the film, he said, "... about time someone started talking about this silent success .. !! Because neither the Producer, nor the distributor, nor the on line Producer, or any else in the Industry, in general .. has even spent a nano second to compliment the success of this film #Badla .. thk u"

Producer Shah Rukh Khan who has been driving the film ever since the announcement was quick to reply with a witty demand for celebration from the actor as he attributed the film's victory to the veteran star. Shah Rukh said, "Sir hum toh wait kar rahein hain ki aap party kab de rahein hain hum sabko! We r waiting outside Jalsa every nite!"

Continuing the fun banter forward, Amitabh Bachchan said, "oye .. Film me kaam hamne kiya , produce aapne kiya, promotions me selfless contribution humne diya , ab party bhi ham de !!!???.. outside Jalsa every night koi nahin aata !!" While producers bank upon the successes of their film and stand in the Frontline for credits, Shah Rukh Khan believes the film's fate is decided by the actor's performances.

The crime thriller revolves around Taapsee Pannu's character Naina who is stuck in a murder scandal. Playing Badal Gupta, a lawyer to Naina, Amitabh Bachchan has recreated the magic of Pink. Also starring Amrita Singh, Tony Luke and Manav Kaul in supporting roles, 'Badla' has been gauging appreciation for the remarkable performances. UNI