New Delhi (October 11, 2018): Bollywood’s legendary star Amitabh Bachchan turns 76 today. With a career span of over 4 decades, the actor has a special place in people hearts and continues to rule the Hindi film industry.
Big B will next be seen in ‘Thugs of Hindostan’ and ‘Brahmastra’. The legendary actor has starred in several blockbuster films and has entertained people for years.
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On his special day today, let’s have a look at some of his best dialogues which will be etched in people’s hearts forever.
Don (1978): ‘Don ka intezaar toh gyarah mulkon ki police kar rahi hai’
Kaalia (1981): ‘Hum jaha khade ho jaate hai line wahin se shuru hoti hai’
Silsila (1981): ‘Main aur meri tanhayi, aksar yeh baatein karte hai … tum hoti toh kaisa hota … tum yeh kehti, tum woh kehti, tum is baat pe hairaan hoti, tum us baat pe kitni hasti … tum hoti toh aaisa hota, tum hoti toh waisa hota … main aur meri tanhayi, aksar yeh baatein karte hai’Sharaabi (1984): ‘Aaj itni bhi maisir nahi maikhane mein … jitni hum chhod diya karte the paimane mein’
Agneepath (1990): ‘Vijay Dinanath Chauhan … poora naam’
Sholay (1975): ‘Tumhara naam kya hai Basanti?’
Shahenshah (1988): ‘Rishte me to hum tumhare baap lagte hain, naam hai Shahenshah.’
The actor made his debut with Saat Hindustani in 1969 and as they say, the rest is history. The actor, singer, producer and TV host has acted in over 190 films in a span of 48 years. With his baritone, fierce eyes and those looks to kill, it comes as no surprise that Bachchan is often labelled as the ‘Star of the Millenium.’ Even today, fans and movie buffs can’t help but rewatch Big-B’s movies like Deewar, Zanjeer and Agneepath on repeat.It was during the 70s that Bachchan experienced his careers best phase. It was dominance over the industry that made French director Francois Truffaut call him a ‘one-man industry.’
With 4 National Film Awards for his spectacular performances, 15 Filmfare Awards Big B has also been conferred with the Padma Shri in 1984, Padma Bhushan in 2001 and the Padma Vibhushan in 2015 for his contribution to arts. That’s not it, the Government of France has also honoured him the highest civilian honour, Knight of the Legion of Honour for his exceptional career in the world of cinema.