Happy New Year, everybody!
I’m excited to announce that in the next few months, there will be good tidings.
That’s the message of the New Year’s greeting, as delivered by Amitabh Bachchan, who will perform the greeting at the Mumbai International Film Festival on January 14, 2017.
Amitabh has been promoting the event, which is the culmination of his annual “Good Tidings” campaign.
“The word ‘good’ in Hindi is very important,” Amitabhan said in an interview to NDTV.
“I don’t want to over-use it, so I will be using a lot of the words.
And then the word ‘todays’ will also be used.
The word ‘fortunate’ is a good one.
And the word “good’ comes from the Hindi word ‘sakthi’ meaning ‘good’, which means ‘good’.” Athitabh’s new greeting, which will be in the form of a video posted on the company’s Facebook page, will be a little different from the one he used for the opening of the event.
“So the word happy comes from Sanskrit, which means happy, and I’m not happy when I have bad things coming.””
The word happy is very interesting, especially when you have good things coming to you,” Amitbhan said.
“So the word happy comes from Sanskrit, which means happy, and I’m not happy when I have bad things coming.”
The video, called ‘Happy New Year’ (मत्यंदा होदर जिलं जो जाले वि), will be released on January 15, the day of the festival.
Amitabhi, a native of Hyderabad, has been performing a version of the greeting in the country since 2010.
He first used the greeting to welcome his father’s birthday in 2017, and it has since been repeated in many other cities.
In 2017, Amitabhai used the video to thank the people of India for their “courage” in getting the country out of the “sick and dying” phase of the Indian economy.
The video will also feature an image of Amitabhyam (अबहि ज अनेकरी महान), who Amitabhat was married to for three decades.
“In my family, Amit’s family is a very big family,” Amitbhai said.
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