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Which religion is Amitabh Bachchan, you will not even know

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Amitabh Bachchan is the most popular actor of Bollywood. He is the son of the famous Hindi litterateur Harivansh Rai Bachchan. He gained huge popularity during the 1970s and has given many brilliant films since then. Amitabh has won several awards in his career, including the Dadasaheb Phalke Award, three National Film Awards and twelve Filmfare Awards. Amitabh Bachchan is called the greatest hero of this century. Not only India, but many other countries have honored him with big titles.

In such a situation, every new artist tries to achieve success in the film industry by following the footsteps of Amitabh. But do you know what is the religion of Amitabh? You probably understand by now that Amitabh belongs to Hinduism. But let us know that what you are thinking is absolutely wrong.

Actually there is no religion of Amitabh. Even though he played the role of Muslim, Hindu and Sikh to Christian in his films, Amitabh does not want to be associated with any religion in real life. Earlier he once revealed in the episode ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati’ Gandhi Jayanti Special ‘”My surname’ Bachchan ‘does not belong to any religion because my father wanted it” Amitabh told that his real surname’ Srivastva ‘, but he does not believe in it, when he was enrolled in kindergarten when he was asked his name, then his father’ Harivansh Rai Bachchan ‘ji decided to keep his surname Bachchan.

According to Amitabh, when the census workers come to his house and ask him his religion, Amitabh tells him – “I have no religion, I am Hindustani”. Amitabh also told that his father used to respect everyone equally, his father started the celebration of Holi by putting colors on the feet of the person who cleaned the toilets at his house.

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