Tiger Chases Amitabh Bachchan

Tiger chases Amitabh Bachchan

Whenever stars make a public appearance, it is quite natural that fans follow them for taking photographs of celebrities. Fans are quite excited to spot their stars in the public. This is the reason, celebrities face difficulty for making a public appearance. Amitabh faced same situation in a jungle safari. This time he was being chased by a tiger fan. A tiger chased Amitabh for more than four kilometers. This incident happened inside the Sanjay Gandhi National Park in Borivali East when Amitabh was in jungle safari. Amitabh was appointed as a Tiger Ambassador of Maharashtra.

Amitabh Bachchan

On this occasion, he was on jungle safari accompanied by several politicians and ministers. During this trip one tiger fan chased the safari bus. Amitabh shared the picture as evidence by writing an interesting caption”In close company of the Big Cat… And this on a road in the heart of the city“. He further added “Chased by a tiger in the heart of Mumbai for 4 kms… what an experience… and for those thinking it was some kind of a joke – the tiger chase.

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan is a great star. He entertained people with the image of angry man to the image of Bollywood Shahenshah. Big B Amitabh Bachchan has lot of fan following. Whenever he makes a public appearance, people get excited to take selfies and autographs of Bollywood Megastar Amitabh Bachchan. He is gifted with the charm. His hard work gave him a place in the hearts of audience. That is why he was being appointed as a Tiger Ambassador of Maharashtra. On this occasion he shared his concern over the reduction of tigers count.


Amitabh added “This has been a revelation. 45 years in the city and never seen the beauty of these natural habitats that abound within the heart of the city.” In one of his blog posts Amitabh expressed his opinion on saving tiger. He wrote: “Killing the animal for medicinal purposes, especially for the south eastern countries was rampant. Rampant too for its skin, which adorns many a drawing room of the affluent… a mark of aristocracy, of superior gaming acumen, a mark of being among the few?