Amitabh Bachchan Takes a Video Of His Daughter Shweta Nanda as She Walks The Ramp

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Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan along with his wife Jaya Bachchan cheered for his daughter Shweta Bachchan Nanda as she walked the ramp at the recent Bombay Times Fashion show. The proud parents were sitting in the front row and the loving father couldn’t stop himself becoming a paparazzi member. He was caught capturing the moment on his mobile phone as Shweta walked on the ramp.

On March 24, 2019, Shweta Bachchan Nanda, looked stunning in two ensembles, a bridal lehenga, and a trademark Abu Sandeep chikankari creation as she walked on the ramp. The fashion show was hosted for a noble cause by the Cancer Patients Aids Association (CPAA) to raise funds for cancer survivors. Shweta looked gorgeous in. Her orange lehenga and later she changed into a pristine ensemble in off-white, to wrap up the show as a showstopper. The star moment was when Big B turned into paparazzi and was all smiles as he clicked Shweta while she was walking on the ramp. Take a look at the video of the same:

Amitabh also posted the moment from the night on social media. In the post, his daughter Shweta Bachchan Nanda can be seen twirling on-stage. Amitabh Bachchan captioned, “To the best… always… tonight elegance grace and dignity.” On Twitter, Big B had written, “Daughter’s are THE best..! elegance grace and dignity! (heart emojis) you Shweta” followed by a beautiful note for her in Hindi, which could be translated as, “Abhi kal tak hi to hum tumhe chalna sikha rahe the, aur aaj yeh.. itni jaldi samay kaise nikal gaya, bas pata hi nahi chala.” Here’s the screenshot of the same:

Further, he expressed his emotions on his official blog, as he watched Shweta Bachchan Nanda walk the ramp. The proud father expressed, “When emotions ride above all else… when pride overwhelms .. when what you brought into this world excels above all else… when there are wonder and astonishment on the passage of time… when there is none other before but this, or after… then… it is the love of the father. .. and that moment when you recollect what your parents thought and felt when they did see you in such .. and not just them, but what you yourself thought of that moment when the pride you built, is demonstrated by your actions .. I was fortunate, to have had many .. and they were the greatest moments of fulfillment ever ..”

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Published by Isha Kataria on 26 Mar 2019

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