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102 Not Out: Amitabh Bachchan requests theatre owners not to cut Badumbaaa song

The film is about a centenarian who wants to break the world record of being the oldest man alive, which is held by a 118-year-old Chinese man. He plans to do it by putting his son in an old age home.

Written by: India TV Entertainment Desk, New Delhi [ Updated: May 06, 2018 17:04 IST ]
102 Not Out: Amitabh Bachchan requests theatre owners not

102 Not Out: Amitabh Bachchan requests theatre owners not to cut Badumbaaa song

Bollywood legends Amitabh Bachchan and Rishi Kapoor featuring fun and peppy song "Badumbaaa" is hit among the audience. Looking at the great response, director Umesh Shukla decided to include the song in the film "102 Not Out". However, several cinema halls have cut the song from the film. Now,  megastar Amitabh Bachchan has requested the theatre owners to not cut the 'Badumbaaa' song during the screenings of his new film '102 Not Out'.

"Lots of cine goers missing the song at the end of the film. Theatre owners please do not cut it," Amitabh tweeted on Saturday night alongside a link to the song. Amitabh has sung 'Badumbaaa' alongside veteran actor Rishi Kapoor.

While Amitabh Bachchan's character bursts with optimism in the Umesh Shukla directorial, Rishi Kapoor plays the role of a son who lives a dull life, without much to look forward to.

Released on May 4, '102 Not Out' is based on writer-director Saumya Joshi's successful Gujarati play by the same name.

Produced by Sony Pictures Entertainment Films India, Treetop Entertainment and Shukla's Benchmark Pictures, the film is being well recieved by the audience.

The film is about a centenarian who wants to break the world record of being the oldest man alive, which is held by a 118-year-old Chinese man. He plans to do it by putting his son in an old age home.

(With ANI Inputs)

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