Hi everyone! Thanks for coming by! I want to share something special with you. Something that came from my infinite love for the Man, whom you may know by the name ‘Angry Young Man’ or ‘One Man Industry’ or ‘Bollywood's Shahenshah’ or BigB or Amitji or Mr. Amitabh Bachchan, ‘Star of the Millennium’ and great Indian actor.
I love him very much as a wonderful actor and as an amazing person. He is talented, diligent and humble beyond comparison and he became living inspiration for many incredible works of art along his 40 years of career in cinema. I don’t have any special skills in anything, not mentioning talent, but he inspires me too to make something to show my love and admiration for him and his work. So I couldn’t resist and made this fanvideo (or it made itself with my little help and big love) and I want to share it with you, hoping that you’ll like it.
The video consist of two parts: opening remarks, which are a bit long, and fanvideo itself. The whole idea is to show that when somebody talented, he is talented in everything despite his attempts to state the opposite. I mean that Mr. Amitabh Bachchan often claims that he doesn’t like (and he can't) to sing and dance in his movies, but during his career we saw him sing and dance beautifully with remarkable notion that he successfully shares with his audience, giving us happiness and making us sing and dance with him.
In this particularly fanvideo I used clips from 44 movies of Amitji. They are (in alphabetical order): Aadalat (1976), Abhimaan (1973), Ahsaas (1979), Akayla (1991), Aks (2001), Amar Akbar Anthony (1977), Andhaa Kanoon (1983), Barsaat Ki Ek Raat (1981), Benaam (1974), Bombay to Goa (1972), Chupke Chupke (1975), Coolie (1983), Do Aur Do Paanch (1980), Don (1978), Immaan Dharam (1977), Inquilaab (1984), Kaalia (1981), Khoon Pasina (1977), Khuda Gawah (1992), Khud-Daar (1982), Laawaris (1981), Lal Baadshah (1999), Mahaan (1983), Mard (1985), Mr. Natwarlal (1979), Mrityudaata (1997), Namak Halaal (1982), Nastik (1983), Parvarish (1977), Pukar (1983), Pyar Ki Kahani (1971), Raaste Kaa Patthar (1972), Ram Balram (1980), Satte Pe Satta (1982), Shaan (1980), Shahenshah (1988), Sharaabi (1984), Sholay (1975), Silsila (1981), Sooryavansham (1999), Suhaag (1979), The Great Gambler (1979), Yaarana (1981), Zameer (1975)
Just to show you how versatile (and wonderful) he is.
Well, enough of introductions, let’s see the video.
Made for fun, not profit.
In 'opening credits' were used part of BAFTA 2007 interview (thanks for that) and a song 'Rang barse' written by Dr.Harivansh Rai Bachchan and sung by Amitabh Bachchan.