Bollywood star Amitabh Bachchan says he was "honoured", "humbled" and felt "touched" to unveil a bronze statue of Mahatma Gandhi at Parliament Square in London.
Big B, who also read out an excerpt from Gandhi's "The World of Tomorrow", shared his excitement on social media.
"A historic moment and a historic presence. I am honoured and humbled. I am so touched and honoured to have been given this pride of place at this most prestigious occasion," Amitabh wrote on his official blog srbachchan.tumblr.com.
He added on Twitter, "At the unveiling, the respect and dignity given... So humbling. David Cameron, Arun Jaitley, Gopal Gandhi and self on stage! Honour."
British sculptor Philip Jackson created the statue, which was unveiled on Saturday.
The 72-year-old Amitabh was joined by British Prime Minister David Cameron, Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and Gopalkrishna Gandhi, a grandson of Mahatma Gandhi.
Amitabh also posted a series of photographs from his visit to London.
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Amitabh Bachchan giving out his speech at the PArliament Square, London.
Big B With British PM
Amitabh Bachchan posing with the British Prime MInister, David Cameron.
Amitabh Touching Gandhi's Feet
The actor unveiled the statue and touched his feet. The nine-foot long statue of Mahatma Gandhi is at the Parliament Square, London.
Amitabh tweeted, "A moment in history - the unveiling of the statue of Mahatma Gandhi at Parliament Square, London, and invited to read from his work...At the unveiling the respect and dignity given .. so humbling. David Cameron, Arun Jaitley, Gopal Gandhi and self on stage ! Honour... My 4th visit to historic 10, Downing Street.. the meeting with the PM of GB, and walking with him and other dignitaries to event !"