Amitabh Bachchan, a 69-year old legendary bollywood actor who is been ruling the Hindi movie industry for over 30 years now was the only bollywood celebrity invited for the Olympics 2012 Torch relay in London.
The actor was excited about the honor he received and tweeted his fans and followers about his excitement. Amitabh Bachchan was wearing a white track suit and covered a 300-metre distance running and walking. He waved at the cheering crowd, as the Olympic Games torch relay entered the 69th day today. Check out the video after the break..
Summer Olympics 2012 is just a month away and London has already prepared for the big day. Many Olympic fans have already made plans to visit London. So many countries are participating in the Olympics 2012.
Are you the lucky one to get cheap travel to London for the games? If not, you may be able to actually watch Olympics 2012 live online for free.
It is a fact that not everyone in India is crazy about Cricket. There are people who loves Hockey, Football, F1 Racing, Tennis and many other games. Just recently Indian Hockey team had an amazing win against France and that shows that a coutry with 120 billion population should not only focus on Cricket but also promote other sports to give others a chance to shine.
Pepsi India is doing just that. Pepsi India is challenging you to participate in a new format of the Football, just like T20 Cricket, it will be called T20 Football. T20 Football 2012 registration starts from March 14th and you can participate if you like football.
Geet Sriram Sethi was born on 17th April 1961 in Delhi. He attended St. Xavier’s High School and St. Xavier’s College in Ahmadabad. He did his Masters in Business Administration from B.K. School of Business Administration. He became passionate about the game of billiards when he was just a kid though he was not allowed to play the game. He laid his hands upon a billiards table at Ahmadabad. Observing his extra ordinary talent, the Managing Committee of the Gujarat Sports Club allowed him to play the game at the members’ table. He took important tips from Satish Menon, an important billiards player of his time.