Amitabh Bachchan's Marriage Anniversary 'Devoid of Any Celebration'
Was Amitabh Bachchan alone on his 41st wedding anniversary?
Amitabh Bachchan and Jaya Bachchan, who clocked 41 years of marital bliss on Tuesday, June 3, 2014, are not celebrating the special day in a big way as the entire family is busy with other commitments. However, Big B says their hearts are "together". "Devoid of any celebration, devoid of presence, just devoid...Wife away out of country, children travelling ..but hearts together (sic)," the 71-year-old tweeted.
The couple got married June 3, 1973 and has two children - son Abhishek and daughter Shweta. While Abhishek is married to actress Aishwarya Rai and they have daughter named Aaradhya, Shweta is married to businessman Nikhil Nanda and have son Agastya Nanda and daughter Navya Naveli Nanda.
Abhishek expressed his love towards his parents on Twitter on Tuesday morning by posting a photograph and captioning it: "My parents' anniversary today. 41 years and still going strong! Love you guys."
Big B, who has worked with wife Jaya in films including Zanjeer, Abhimaan, Chupke Chupke, Sholay, Silsila and Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham, thanked fans for sending in wishes. "And to all that wish for the anniversary...many thanks for the wishes...love all of you," he tweeted.
The megastar also dedicated his blog to all the 'wives' and thanked them for making the life of men beautiful and gratifying. On his blog srbachchan.tumblr.com, he wrote: "The lavishness of the coming together, the energy and the protocol, the submission to custom and ritual...and suddenly there is another member among you...they are referred to as the 'ardhangini’, the half of the body that you possess. They bring life, they bring harmony and composure, they acknowledge the growth of the members of this new surname, the mind the home and the hearth! They are quite unique.”
“God bless them all that adorn these qualifications...for they are the rulers, the future, the ones that shall be obeyed to...they are the women the female, the better half of mankind...and they are indeed superior.
"To that superiority may I dedicate this blog to all those among us that endorse such detail. You have lived and loved and taken care and administered your prevalence. You have been strong and weak together. You have managed the home, the nest that you build, to welcome the partner as your own...you are superior."