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Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya celebrate 41st wedding anniversary
June 04, 2014 , 2 : 21 pm GST
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Bachchan and wife Jaya Bhaduri in 2013, the couple got married in 1973, after the release of Zanjeer. Photo - wikipedia.com
Megastar Amitabh Bachchan celebrated his 41st wedding anniversary by spending time with his son Abhishek as wife Jaya was out of the country.
"Blessings from elders, from family and the extended family makes the day delightful and comfortable, even though the wife is out of the country… 41 years! It has been a while has it not in the life of an individual.
"I insisted we (Abhishek and I) chill at home.. So, we chatted and exchanged notes and saw two movies back to back.. Yaa, you guessed right.. Action movies..! And when that was over back to our pastime – Football and watching the run up to the World Cup,"
Bachchan posted on his blog.
Bachchan,71, married Jaya on June 3, 1973 and they have two children – Abhishek and daughter Shweta.
' star feels that their children are the biggest strength of their lives. "Our report card does not deal with numbers and comment… it merely emphasises the reports of our progeny – Shweta and Abhishek. They are our numbers, standings, rankings, marks… what ever! They be right we all are right!!," he added.
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