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Big B congratulates Abhishek on 'Dhoom 3' success
December 24, 2013 , 1 : 50 pm GST
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Mumbai: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan praised his son, actor Abhishek Bachchan for his success at the box office with his latest film 'Dhoom 3'.
The film, which is the third offing from the 'Dhoom' franchise, saw the 37-year-old Junior B reprise the role of a cop.
"'Dhoom 3' weekend collection all India is Rs 107 crore. This is going beyond all records ever !! And going beyond berserk," Bachchan, 71, posted on Twitter.
The actor also shared a childhood picture of Abhishek and said he never imagined his son to become a star one day. "Abhishek on rare Sunday at Prateeksha, never imagined he would become what he is today," Bachchan wrote.
'Dhoom 3', which hit theatres on December 20, also stars Aamir Khan, Katrina Kaif and Uda
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Big B is B*****
December 24 at 9 : 43 pm
What a b****! The whole world knows that the movie is a box office hit not because of Abhishek but Amir! Loser dad, loser son!
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