Aanjjan Srivastav reviews how Amitabh Bachchan had failed before Kaun Banega Crorepati: With his hands collapsed Amitji said, ‘I’ll return your cash as quickly as possible’
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Wagle Ki Duniya’s Aanjjan Srivastav and Amitabh Bachchan shared areas of strength for a, harking back to the 90s. Their expert and individual bond started in Shahenshah days when Aanjjan acquainted his Broker side with Amitabh Bachchan and inspired him to begin his financial balance in the bank he was working at. Aanjjan was there with Large B in his hardest time, but things went bad after Kaun Banega Crorepati. Aanjjan shared this:
I went on the arrangements of Toofan to perceive how was Amitji
Amitji was in a horrendous state, in those days there was a gigantic upheaval occurring against him. I went to Filmistan on the arrangements of Toofan to figure out how he is. During those days, in Kolkata, there was a colossal dissent occurring against Amit Ji. Banners were being torn and here Amit ji was additionally incredibly miserable. I went there and asked him, ‘Bhaisahab kaise hai?’ (Sibling, how are you?) and he said “Theek hun” (I’m fine) and there’s nothing more to it.
Amitji was in a dejection, exceptionally terrible condition
Nobody was there to beware of him. We realize that the litterateurs of Allahabad had begun censuring him. His dad’s companions had begun talking sick about him without knowing anything. He was in a dejection, extremely terrible condition. He then met with a mishap, I was routinely there for him. For my purposes, Amitji was a decent man.
Amitabh Bachchan was caught because of wrong bank proclamations
At the point when the ABCL account was there, Amit Ji was caught in it. We used to go to his office from the bank to take explanations and individuals were feigning him gravely. My supervisor and I understood this. I asked the directors not to document a suit against him as he was honest and hauled into the matter.
Amitji quickly collapsed his hands and said, ‘I will return your cash pronto’
At the point when we met him, he promptly got up with collapsed hands. He said that ‘I will return your cash as quickly as time permits’. I told him ‘We have not come for that. We have come due to your bookkeeper’s slip-up. You return the cash when you can and we trust you that you will give and your expectation is correct. Be that as it may, in this sort of banking, don’t do exchanges with different banks.’ I returned to the bank and told them to not record any suit. Gradually he returned all the cash.