Big B is the best showstopper: Neha Dhupia

Mumbai: Actress and former Miss India Neha Dhupia feels megastar Amitabh Bachchan is the “best showstopper ever”. Neha, who attended Vikram Phadnis's fashion show where Amitabh walked in the final piece created by the designer, couldn't stop praising the 73-year-old actor.

“The best showstopper ever. #amitabhbachchan. It does not get better than seeing him on the ramp! Congratulations @vikramphadnis #25years and counting. #legend #respect #icon,” Neha captioned a video, which she shared on Instagram, in which the "Piku" star can be seen sashaying down the ramp.

The fashion show was organised to celebrate Phadnis's 25 years in the fashion industry. Amitabh also took to Twitter to share photographs of the event. “A day in the life of AB. Endorsement shoot in the early morning. Then walking ramp for Vikram Fadnis,” he wrote. Amitabh was joined by his wife Jaya Bachchan and daughter Shweta Nanda at the event.

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