Amitabh should now retire, says Salim Khan wishing him a birthday

Amitabh Bachchan, the superstar of the century, celebrated his 79th birthday last Monday. During this time, he received congratulations from all sides. From celebs to the masses, Amitabh was given birthday wishes. Salman Khan's father and writer Salim Khan was on the same list. He also wished the actor well though at the same time he said something that was shocking. In fact, Salim Khan said in an interview that 'he should retire now. They have achieved what was to be achieved in life. '

Tell all of you that Salim Khan and Amitabh Bachchan have worked together in more than 10 films. If you remember, the film 'Zanjeer' had established Big B in the film industry and the film put Big B's career on track. The film was written by Salim Khan and now in an interview Salim Khan said a lot about the actor. He said, "Amitabh Bachchan should retire now. They have achieved everything they had to achieve in this life. You should also keep a few years of life for yourself. Amitabh Bachchan has played a brilliant innings professionally. He has done a good job so now he can be free from running. He should retire very gracefully. '

He further said, "The retirement system was there so that a person could lead a few years as per his wishes. The early years are spent studying and learning things, then you have family responsibilities. For example, my world is now limited. All the people I go for a walk with are from non-film backgrounds. '

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