Amitabh Bachchan trolled after he shared the trailer of a brief movie titled Doobie

by Jeremy Spirogis

Amitabh Bachchan trolled for selling a brief movie Doobie& 

Amitabh Bachchan bought trolled on Facebook on Thursday after selling a brief movie titled Doobie. Netizens felt the veteran actor ought to moderately converse up on the alleged drug hyperlinks of Bollywood, at the moment being investigated by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB).

According to Google, “Doobie” refers to marijuana cigarette or joint.

“Presenting #DOOBIE the undying spirit of a 5 year old ragpicker .. a film by Keith Gomes #child4ev .. Keith was an AD on my film Aladdin .. come a long way .. my congratulations !! Keith Ohm,” Big B wrote on his verified Facebook web page on Thursday, together with the brief movie’s trailer.

A bit of netizens weren’t too impressed. They questioned Big B’s silence over actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s loss of life and Bollywood’s alleged drug hyperlinks, at a time NCB has issued summons to movie stars resembling Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan, Shraddha Kapoor and Rakul Preet Singh.

“Hope Doobie anyway isnt related to “Doobs” , “Buds,” requested a person feedback on his post.

“That awkward moment when you realize that “DOOBIE” is the official word for a cannabis (ganja) cigarette!” wrote one other person.

“Sweet clips! Mumbai film industry on the verge of losing its age old charisma and attractions. The revelations are destroying everything,” commented one other person.

“First speak out and clean out bollywood then you are in possession to talk about films and society. if you can’t then pls get loss,” wrote one other person.

“Sir, how long will you be neutral on the current situation in our country. Please come forward and support for the truth,” instructed one other person.

“Your wife gives speech to defend ganjendi of bollywood. Now why silent on deepika shraddha sara rakul etc. Your hypocrisy is exposed mr amitabh bacchan,” commented one other person referring to Jaya Bachchan’s current speech on the parliament the place she alleged {that a} steady try and defame the movie trade is being made, taking an oblique jibe at actor-politician Ravi Kishan who has claimed that drug dependancy occurs within the movie trade.

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