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'Aise logon ko naukri se nikaal deni chahiye', says Jaya Bachchan as she scolds a man, netizens call her 'hitler didi'

At the Indore airport, where she had travelled with her husband Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan got angry at a man who was attempting to take pictures of her.

'Aise logon ko naukri se nikaal deni chahiye', says Jaya Bachchan as she scolds a man, netizens call her 'hitler didi'
Jaya Bachchan (Source: Instagram)
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Last Updated: 11.38 AM, Jan 17, 2023


Veteran actress Jaya Bachchan dislikes having her photos taken without her consent. There are numerous videos online of the politician-actor yelling at the press and fans. When Jaya and her husband, superstar Amitabh Bachchan, arrived at the Indore airport recently, she lost her calm once more.

The most recent Jaya video was posted on a paparazzi's Instagram page. In the video, Jaya enters the airport before Big B does. She finds a fan filming her video as she meets a man who has brought a bunch of flowers. This makes her angry as she tells the person, “Please don’t click my pictures. You don’t understand English?”

Another man drags the person filming away while warning him, "Aapko bataya tha na.. (I warned you not to...)," and Jaya Bachchan is overheard stating, "“Aise logon ko naukri se nikaal deni chahiye" (Such people should be fired).

Instagram users commented on the video as soon as it became popular online. " O hitler didi", one of them wrote. "Why do u guys take her picture," one user commented. "Don't give her publicity, she doesn't deserve it," stated one of the comments on the video.

Jaya Bachchan has no concerns about the way she acts with photographers. In an interview on the podcast What The Hell Navya with her granddaughter Navya Naveli and daughter Shweta Bachchan, the Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham star expressed her dislike for photographers who intrude on her privacy. She said, “I hate it. I despise it. I despise the people who interfere in your personal lives and fill their stomachs by selling those products. I am disgusted with such people. I always tell them, ‘Aapko sharam nahi aati?’ (Aren’t you ashamed of yourself?)”