Amitabh Bachchan has aced the art of surprising the audiences. Now his daughter Shweta Nanda Bachchan has also joined the league. The father-daughter duo has taken the internet by surprise. They recently came together on screen for a television advertisement for Kalyan Jewellers.
Apparently, Big B seems to be feeling elated to have been featured with his dear daughter. He took to Twitter to share his happiness and of course, the ad. He wrote: “T 2870 – Emotional moment for me .. tears welling up every time I see it .. daughters are the BEST !!”
T 2870 – Emotional moment for me .. tears welling up every time I see it .. daughters are the BEST !! pic.twitter.com/7Jes2GDPBo
— Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) July 17, 2018
The ad tries to convey that faith is important and what is wrong is wrong. The pairing has won hearts of the netizens who can’t stop gushing about the ad. Within one day of its official broadcast and release on the official Youtube channel of Kalyan Jewellers, the ad has got over 50K views.
As far as films are concerned, Amitabh Bachchan has his plate full. He will soon be seen in Brahmastra, which also features Alia Bhatt, Ranbir Kapoor, debutante Mouni Roy (TV actor) and actor-wrestler Saurav Gurjar.
While Shweta has made her acting debut with father in this TV ad, she is also now gearing up for her debut as an author with “Paradise Towers” in October. Quite recently, news had that HarperCollins India had brought the Indian subcontinent rights for “Paradise Towers”. The novel is a light, slice-of-life novel set in an apartment building in Mumbai.
Shreya Punj, Assistant Editor, HarperCollins India said: “Paradise Towers’ is a great novel with well-etched characters who are very relatable and a superbly crafted plot that has love, mystery, drama and all the ingredients of a fantastic summer read. I’m sure the readers will love it as much as we do.”
“Shweta’s book is one that I’m especially thrilled about. It’s the kind of debut that will mark her presence as an original voice in the world of Indian fiction,” she added.