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Amitabh Bachchan’s carbon copy found in Afghanistan, even you will not be able to make a difference at first sight

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June 22, 2022 (New Delhi): Renowned photographer Steve McCurry shared a picture on Instagram on Tuesday. He also told in the caption that this person is an Afghan refugee. Now while on one hand many people are praising the work of the photographer, some said that why this person looks like Amitabh Bachchan? Actually, the person seen in the photo has tied a turban on his head in such a way that one of his eyes is hidden. He is wearing thick black frame glasses. The face is white with roughness and a white beard. It is worth noting that in the year 2018, the same picture became the subject of discussion on the Internet. At that time, seeing this photo, people claimed that this photo is from the set of Amitabh Bachchan’s film ‘Thugs of Hindustan’. Now once again the photo has gone viral.

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The face of the person seen in the picture largely resembles the evergreen actor of Hindi cinema, Amitabh Bachchan. That’s why the photo went viral on the internet. The photographer’s post has received more than 77 thousand likes so far. Also, hundreds of people are constantly giving their feedback. While most users called it a great portrait and praised Steve Macari’s work, some users wrote “Why this man looks like Amitabh Bachchan?” And yes, some users have even asked “whether this is the look of Big B’s next film?” Another user wrote that for the first time this person looks like Amitabh Bachchan.

This portrait was shared by the best photographer Steve Macri on Instagram. He said in the caption, “This portrait of Shabuz, an Afghan refugee living in Pakistan, reminds us of the millions of displaced peoples around the world. The unprecedented humanitarian crises across the globe, have resulted in the largest number of refugees in history. A hundred million people have been displaced from their homes,” he wrote. We must all redouble our efforts to support these people, who through no fault of their own, find themselves in vulnerable and precarious situations.”

By line: Divya Thearia

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