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Rajiv Gandhi told his mother and Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in the 1980s. My best friend should be sent to Rajya Sabha. But Indira refused the demand. Let your friend stick to acting. Later, he reached the Lok Sabha through the election itself, but Indira’s promise was that he should stick to the acting field. Even approaching 80 years of age, it is a familiar name to every Indian across languages. He named the father Inquilab. A mother named Munna. His father’s friend and poet Sumithranandan changed the names to Amitabh. The actor who arrived with a long and slim figure and a heavy voice has given time and fans a place in their hearts. A single name that brightens with time. Amitabh Bachchan.

From Kanyakumari to Kashmir, there are many languages, many costumes, many cultures and many people. But every such Indian has one property of which he is proud. That’s Amitabh Bachchan. Even today it is synonymous with the word brand in cinema, politics, public arena and philanthropy. The days when Bollywood meant Amitabh and Amitabh meant Bollywood have not faded. Whoever comes later will be hanged on the same roof where Bachan is sitting. Many decades have passed since that voice, face and nod entered the heart of the nation. Since he has fallen and stood up many times in his life, there is certainty in that stance. After his college education in Delhi, the young man tried to work as a publicist in Akashvani but failed. The young man was expelled because his voice and accent were deemed unsuitable for broadcast. In 1962, he also failed the interview for the ICI company. Later, he got a small job in Bed and Company with a salary of Rs.500. Bachchan, who started like that, later won every moment of his life. At the age of 80, even today, leading brands compete with Bachchan in their advertisements. Crores are shelled for those precious moments.

Bachchan, who was criticized by Aakashvani officials for not having a good voice, later redeemed himself in the film with his own voice. In 1969, Bhuvanshome, directed by legendary director Mrinal Sen, was composed by Bachchan. He later lent his voice to Satyajit Ray’s films as well. Undoubtedly, the neglect he faced early in his life brought Bachchan to where he is today.

He started his acting career by performing a play at Sherwood College, Nainital, Uttarakhand. He made his film debut in 1969 with a role in Saath Hindustani. Amitabh Bachchan stepped into the acting career as one of the seven Indians in the film. Good start. Amitabh won the National Award for Best Newcomer for this film. 3000 rupees for the first film. Today he is the owner of crores of rupees. In 1973, Prakash Mehra’s film Sanjeer, drew back many heroes of the day. The reason was that the lead role had a negative touch. Bachchan bravely took this role. It also marked the beginning of the reign of an uncrowned emperor of Indian cinema. Amitabh also excelled in his co-star role in the Rajesh Khanna starrer Anand. This film in 1971 won the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor. People saw Amitabh’s first negative role in 1971 with Parvana. People liked Amitabh despite his negative role. In 1971, Amitabh starred in the Dharmendra starrer ‘Guddi’ opposite Jayabhaduri. Later, Jaya became Amitabh’s life partner in 1973. Bachchan was slated to play the lead in Guddi. But when director Hrishikesh Mukherjee decided that his hero was not a familiar face, Bachchan had to withdraw in despair. Later, Bachchan often joked that it was Jaya who pushed him to get fired.

In 1973, Amitabh got a new role when he played the role of Inspector Vijay Khanna in the film ‘Saanjeer’. Through Amitabh Bachchan, people saw the angry Indian youth. The term “angry young man” was later introduced to the name Bachchan over the years. In 1975, the film ‘Deewar’ became very popular at the box office. Amitabh and Shashi Kapoor were the heroes of this film. Then came the birth of ‘Sholay’, the biggest hit in the history of Indian cinema. Released on August 15, 1975, the film became a milestone in the history of Indian cinema. Sholay became the highest grossing film in Indian cinema at that time. In 1999, BBC India declared Sholay as the Film of the Millennium.

On July 26, 1982, Bachchan’s accident during the shooting of the film Kooli was one of the things that saddened India at that time. It is also true that the danger continues to haunt him during his journey from there to here. Amitabh had an accident while performing a stunt scene with actor Puneet Issar. While filming the scene of Amitabh falling on a table, Amitabh fell on the corner of the table and injured his stomach. Amitabh’s blood has dried up. Amitabh took months to recover from the injury. Amitabh’s character was dying on Cooley’s first script. But when Amitabh met with an accident and later came back and started acting, the script was changed to make Amitabh’s character escape death. The script change was later written in real life as well. He once said that 75 percent of his liver was damaged by the disease and that he had been living on the remaining 25 percent for the past 20 years.

After entering politics, Amitabh took a break from his film career. Although he started with success in politics, he later withdrew after realizing that it was not his field. Grand comeback in 1988 with Shahansha. Amitabh’s wife Jayabhaduri wrote the story of this film. The film became very popular. With this, the fans gave him another name. Shahan Shah.

Bachchan has a long list of reigns, breaks and comebacks. Its specialty is that it has been able to become a brand that is deeply rooted in the areas it was still part of. In 1992, with the film Khuda Gawa, Amitabh started to stay away from films again. Amitabh’s previously unreleased film ‘Insaniyat’ was released in 1994 but failed. In 1996, Amitabh Bachchan started an entertainment company called Corporation Limited. This led to huge losses. The company’s first film ‘Tere Mere Sapne’ was released in 1996. This image failed. All the films produced by ABCL were later destroyed. The Miss World 1996 pageant was sponsored by ABCL. ABCL suffered a huge loss in this too. In 1997, ABCL released the film ‘Mrityudatta’ starring Amitabh. This film also tasted failure. According to the story, Amitabh’s house in Mumbai, ‘Pratiksha’, was mortgaged that day. It can be said that what was made of the film was dedicated to the film itself. Bachchan answered the question of whether your hero has fallen with his comeback. In 2000, Amitabh started acting again as a supporting actor. He won the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in Mohabbatein. This year itself, Amitabh regained his fading fame by hosting the TV show ‘Kon Banega Crorepati’. This program became a huge success. Another story is that the bank that had filed a case for non-repayment withdrew the case against Bachchan when this TV program became popular.

Later he saw another Bachchan. Bachchan became the cause of Bollywood through his acting roles. The roles of the actors added value to the actor. In 2005, he won the National Award for Best Actor again for Black. In 1990, Amitabh won the National Award for Best Actor for his performance in Agneepath. In 2009, Amitabh won the National Award for Best Actor again with the film ‘Paa’. Padma Shri, Padma Bhushan, Padma Vibhushan and the Dada Saheb Phalke Award, the highest honor in Indian cinema. The Bharat Ratnam was dedicated to him because the country was in mind. Even today, he remains a unique presence in Indian cinema.

The poet Harivamsrai Bachchan and Teji Bachchan named their son Inquilab, born on 11 October 1942, after the words Inquilab Zindabad, used during the freedom struggle. But even though the name was changed later, the time and the fans chanted Amitabh Bachchan Zindabad. Bachchan’s comebacks in Indian cinema are like a phoenix that has risen from the ashes many times. In the last decade we are experiencing a new Bachchan. An actor who lives in characters created just for him, with the changes of time. The truth is that there is only one Bachchan in Indian cinema to play those characters. Bigby is yet to become India’s Parakattu brand. Even at the age of 80, those characters that angered the Indian youth are still there. India is proud of you. Health and well being Bachchan sir.


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