Amitabh Bachchan Quotes

150+ Amitabh Bachchan Quotes That Will Awaken Your Inner Hero

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Amitabh Bachchan is a highly accomplished and well-respected Bollywood actor who has appeared in many critically acclaimed and commercially successful films. This article mentions his top quotes that will leave you inspired and motivated.

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125 Famous Quotes by Amitabh Bachchan

Here are the most famous quotes by Amitabh Bachchan:

  • Make your own choices in light of your own wisdom.
  • Because you are a woman, people will force their thinking on you, their boundaries on you. They will tell you how to dress, how to behave, who you can meet, and where you can go. Don’t live in the shadows of people’s judgment. Make your own choices in the light of your own wisdom.
  • Change is the nature of life but the challenge is the future of life. So Challenge the changes. Never Change the Challenges.
  • Everyone must accept that we will age and age is not always flattering.
  • I want to keep working. I shall continue to do my best.
  • Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity. And I am not sure of the former.
  • I get up in the morning, have a job to do, go there, come home, be with the family, that’s it.
  • Bad times either destroy you or make you strong enough to be who you actually are.
  • I’m very fortunate to have spent so much time in the industry and to have lived through several generations of filmmakers, actors, and technicians. There’s a huge volume of experience seeing people change and seeing content change.
  • No one is perfect, and criticism is always welcome and expected.
  • I write my own blog every day. I do Twitter every day and Facebook. Without a gap. I do everything myself: I load my own photographs; I sometimes take my own videos and post them.
  • It’s a great opportunity to be together apart from celebrating Indian cinema.
  • I sometimes feel that I have been born to attract controversy.
  • I am not exactly a gadget freak and have regular phones. But I keep multiple phones because if there’s a network issue in one, then I can use another one.
  • That which last long is not easily got, that which easily got does not last long.
  • Coming together should be considered something positive for people and communities. When thoughts come together, they can be more positive than an individual thought.
  • I think, in any profession, what you fear most is not being able to perform, about not being able to meet new challenges. The fear of non-acceptance, particularly if in creative art. What happens if the audience does not like you anymore!
  • ‘What will people say?’ is a feeling every Indian girl grows up with.
  • Bad luck either destroys you or makes you the man or woman you really are.
  • My opening words to anybody I hire are, ‘I’m an extremely vulnerable person.’
  • People ask me why it is that when I portray the ‘angry young man’ on screen, I really look angry. They reason that it is due to some suppression in my childhood. But, it’s just that I can’t help it; it’s in my genes.
  • One of the most difficult, and exasperating words to utter, has perhaps the easiest utterance: No!
  • Everybody wants to live. But sometimes the body just gives up.
  • There are many things that I feel I have missed out on.
  • I feel that, particularly because of language, we are handicapped in getting a large world audience. But Hindi cinema has the same ingredients that appeal to the whole world.
  • I was very shy as a child. Very shy. A lot of problems with very simple things. Like entering a restaurant all by myself.
  • I felt that for 20 years, I was wooing the people of my country and asking them to like me as an actor, and when they liked me as an actor, I told them, ‘Now, you like my politics.’
  • It’s a war zone, my body, one which has been through a great deal.
  • I have never really been confident about my career at any stage.
  • It is the luminosity of lights that illuminates our presence.. else we are just so common.
  • I feel a burden if I don’t write.
  • No’ is an entire sentence in itself. No means no, and when somebody says it, you need to stop.
  • I guess I’ve been extremely keen on theatre, on getting on to the stage, taking on different roles, enacting vocations, personalities, people, and situations, and I guess that’s the interest that has driven me to work in movies.
  • You won’t achieve success by nailing horseshoes outside your door, your feet need horseshoes to achieve success.
  • If you represent a fantasy for the people who actually go to the cinema, they grab that and go with it; therefore, for the rest of their lives, they actually identify you with a certain thinking – a certain philosophy. There are many actors who want to pursue that same thought in real life as well, and that’s perfectly acceptable.
  • The ultimate test of whether it shall be acceptable to today’s audience – the final judges!
  • Life is a blur when one is essaying different roles; it is so fulfilling.
  • I’ve accepted that I was a failure in politics. I was not qualified for the job.
  • No one is perfect, and criticism is always welcome and expected.
  • Dearest TV media and vans outside my home, please do not stress and work so hard.
  • Don’t let anyone make you believe the length of your skirt is a measure of your character.
  • Donate and do not talk about it, they say you do nothing for the society. Do and talk about it, they say you seek publicity.
  • I’d like to believe that tomorrow is another challenge for me. I’m sure there is a lot more for me to do, because there is lots and lots of stuff still to be explored.
  • The select group of people who do make realistic cinema, who do make cinema perhaps a little more acceptable to the Western audience, is a very small percentage.
  • I like to feel the butterflies in my stomach, I like to go home and have a restless night and wonder how I’m going to be able to accomplish this feat and get jittery. That hunger and those butterflies in the stomach are very essential for all creative people.
  • It’s a war zone, my body, and one which has been through a great deal.
  • I did not resign from politics because of Bofors. I resigned because I do not know how to play petty politics. I did not know back then and I don’t know now either.
  • I ended up in Parliament and soon discovered that emotion really doesn’t have any place in politics. It’s a much more intricate and complicated game, and I just didn’t know how to play it.
  • I ask you, as a citizen, is it a crime to go to the temple? And if I am propagating superstition by going to the temple, then the whole country is propagating superstition.
  • I don’t know what others think about me, but if I have to walk the streets, I will, and if I need to stand in a queue at the airport, that’s OK.
  • I don’t agree that I have a lot of confidence.
  • People are fed up with seeing the same thing over and over. They want a qualitative change.
  • I have never been a superstar and never believed in it.
  • Whatever free time I get, I love to catch news and sports shows.
  • Yes, every venture is always filled with apprehensions. But if we were to conduct ourselves continuously on that aspect, then we would lose the most important reason to be in this profession: to challenge the art of and be part of what is commonly known as our creative instincts.
  • Basically, I am just another actor who loves his work and this thing about age only exists in the media.
  • As a creative agency, the film industry is thinking of great subjects, presenting them wonderfully well, and giving opportunities to new faces each day.
  • I went into politics on an emotional level and soon realized that emotion has nothing to do with politics.
  • As a professional, I cannot afford to be complacent.
  • I would like to believe that I still am a shy person; I am very introverted. I have a problem communicating.
  • I will pursue acting for as long as I have a face and body that is acceptable to people, but I still worry that if I don’t do better tomorrow, it will all go away.
  • I am insecure about tomorrow. Will I get another job? Will it be appreciated?
  • My mother came from a very affluent background, very Westernized, while my father was more Eastern. So I’ve had a very good blend of the East and the West. I guess this has been extremely helpful in making my career and the way I function.
  • We must have song and dance in our lives; we’ve had it ever since the inception of cinema in India. Our stories are very social-based, very human-based. We are a very emotional nation.
  • I do remember it, but I don’t see any purpose in wanting to look back.
  • I don’t spend much time looking back at what happened.
  • I know I should have never gotten into politics. And I’ve learned my lesson. No more politics.
  • Obviously, you look for something that is commensurate with your age. You know that you can’t be playing the young hero anymore, and you have to be relegated to something smaller and something elderly, and you just try and do your best.
  • II would rather talk to a face than a camera.
  • No new projects at the moment. There are restrictions to how much I can take on. And I need to finish those that I am committed to doing before thinking ahead. But I’d rather they take final shape before we talk of them.
  • The body is an amazing system.
  • I am not in the least eloquent or fluent in languages. My writing on social media is quite pedestrian. But even if it was near any acceptability, I would not be in a position to pen a script or a book.
  • I think no actor should be ever satisfied because there is always something new to do, something fresh to get challenged by.
  • I’m very thankful to directors and filmmakers who consider me in their films, and I hope I’m able to do justice to their films.
  • I would rather be an aware citizen, and if an opportunity were to arise where I would have to make a statement, I would happily do that.
  • I want to perform and be tested; I want the vibrant energy of the younger generation of directors and actors to rub off on me.
  • These are rare moments in an actor’s life, where you’re put in an environment that is so natural, and you get natural performances.
  • My father is a poet. He’s a literary giant of this country – writes in Hindi – and also quite unique because he has a Ph.D. in English Literature. He taught at Harvard University, which is one of the most prominent universities in the country. 
  • Indian films are like our food or our sense of dress or our languages: there’s a great variety, and it changes every 100 miles, but there is something in common, a national Indian essence, that binds them all together.
  • Audiences change because life changes. Countries change geographically, climatically, socially, and morally. Many things happen, and cinema, in a sense, reflects what’s happening in the world.
  • Having no work would be terrible.
  • I just feel that sooner or later, the sheer potential of the demographics of India, which is 1.25 billion people, will eventually be very attractive to the entertainment industry.
  • I’m very lucky and very fortunate to have survived and to still be working after 45 years.
  • Dearest TV media and vans outside my home, please do not stress and work so hard.
  • I think every actor would wish there is some challenge that is left. I would consider being creatively dead if I were to say that I am satisfied now.
  • You don’t see Indians in Hollywood films around which a story can revolve. As soon as we have a social presence in your society, I am sure there will be many actors from our part of the world that will be acting in Hollywood films.
  • I don’t have anything in particular to achieve; I don’t want to go in any particular direction. I just want to take up the challenges of life as we go along.
  • There are large numbers of people in India below the poverty line; there are large numbers of people who lead a meager existence. They want to find a little escape from the hardships of life and come and watch something colorful and exciting and musical. Indian cinema provides that.
  • I think that it’s important that actors keep getting challenged every day. For every creative person, it’s a terrible moment when they say they have done all they want to do.
  • I am looking forward to going to Dubai because it gives us an opportunity to interact with each other. We can sit and enjoy each other’s company. We can go out for a walk without worrying about shooting schedules.
  • I miss the camera each moment and each day.
  • Frankly, I’ve never really subscribed to these adjectives tagging me as an ‘icon’, ‘superstar’, etc. I’ve always thought of myself as an actor doing his job to the best of his ability.
  • The film industry is large enough and has many successful icons that have taken Indian cinema to shores beyond India. I think that Indian cinema itself needs to be applauded beyond one individual.
  • India as a film-making nation has gained recognition, at last, at most important Western and Far Eastern forums. 
  • Personally, when a controversy erupts, we decide first whether it requires clarification and, secondly, if it receives notice from authorities and the establishment, we submit responses to their queries.
  • I should only look back at moments that were disparaging, look down upon, and negative for me – moments where I could learn something. And if I have been able to use that learning in the future, then I am happy about it.
  • I don’t use any techniques; I’m not trained to be an actor. I just enjoy working in films.
  • I was born in fame. I was always recognized and known. Personally, I feel normal about it.
  • There are many things that I feel I have missed out on.
  • Indian actors, because of the format of our stories, need to be good actors and be able to perform emotional sequences, and do a bit of comedy, dance, singing, and action, because all of this forms just one film. In many ways, I’d say there are greater demands on Indian actors than there are on Hollywood.
  • We play many emotions in our careers, emotions that in real life we would perform just once. For example, my character has died in about 10 films, so you have to keep searching for different ways to do it!
  • What I do on film is part of my profession
  • I really felt good after working in a film like ‘Piku,’ as many people could relate to my character. I got letters from my fans telling me how my character resembles their grandparents.
  • A lot of my fighting qualities I inherited from my parents. They set tremendous examples right through my life.
  • Whatever I do becomes controversial.
  • Please explain to me what being an icon is. How do you define it? I haven’t been given a script. I don’t know what the dialogues of an icon are.
  • The amount of things I have been through and the remarkable ways in which the body has reacted is just phenomenal. No wonder I became religious because you don’t know why something’s happening to you and you don’t know how you bounced back.
  • Whether the work that I do shall succeed or achieve critical acclaim is for the audience to decide.
  • If the modes are changing, one goes along with it, I guess.
  • Rajeev Gandhi was the Prime Minister. We’ve had a long family relationship with them. He asked me to fight an election, and I went ahead and did it. But I was not qualified as a politician, and I am not going back there again.
  • Very rarely have I had the opportunity to say lines that I would have said even if I wasn’t working in a film.
  • I sign a film based on the story, the role I play, and the maker.
  • I am not conscious of the fact that something special should be done for me.
  • I sometimes lament the fact that I do not have the benefit of a complete and ailment-free body structure.
  • I had two surgeries during the early part of 2012, and I was advised to restrict my workload.
  • When I wrote my first blog, I got one response. Now, I sometimes get as many as 400 responses for my posts.
  • Foreigners have no idea of the diversity of India and its culture. We hope to be able to give them a glimpse of that diversity.
  • I like to rate myself as a performer upfront, both in films as well as on television.
  • It’s a huge change from when I started in the 1960s, but what is really impressive is that the number of ladies on set, the women working on set is a huge percentage. There used to be no women. It was just the leading lady’s mother, perhaps the hairdresser and the makeup person.
  • I have fans across the globe.
  • I just lead my life as naturally, as normally as I possibly can. But I can’t help it if controversy is hounding me day in and day out. I’m quite amazed sometimes by the way they go about it. I grow a beard and it lands up in the editorial in The Times of India.
  • I’ve accepted that I was a failure in politics. I was not qualified for the job.
  • You don’t get time to meet your peers such as Dharmendra and Hema Malini very often. Award functions or other events are the only places you meet them unless there is an emergency. Then we all come together.
  • I like poems and keep sharing them online.
  • It’s frightening to be facing an audience. There is always the fear of what they think of you, and what they are saying about you.

15 Amitabh Bachchan Quotes in Hindi (with English Translation)

Here are a few quotes by Amitabh Bachchan in Hindi:

  • Zindagi badi honi chahiye, lambi nahi (Life should be big, not long).
  • Maa ka doodh piya hai toh kuch bhi ho sakta hai” (If you’ve had your mother’s milk, you can achieve anything).
  • Ek achhe insaan se kabhi bhi panga na lena (Never mess with a good person).
  • Mard ko dard nahi hota (Men don’t feel pain).
  • Insaniyat zinda hoti hai tabhi toh zindagi mohtaz nahi hoti (Humanity is alive, that’s why life is not helpless).
  • Sar jhukane se kuch nahi hota, sirf insaan kehlate hain (Bowing your head doesn’t accomplish anything, it only makes you a human).
  • Har kisi ko nahi milta yahaan pyaar zindagi mein (Not everyone gets love in life).
  • Jitna bada tyohar hai, utna hi nahin bada uphaar hai” (The bigger the celebration, the bigger the gift)
  • Jeetne ke liye kuchh haarna bhi padta hai (To win, sometimes you have to lose).
  • Naam bada hai toh kuchh zaroori toh hoga (If the name is big, it must be important).
  • Har kadam pe aapka haath, har dagar pe aapka saath (Your hand on every step, your support on every path).
  • Zindagi mein agar kuchh banna ho, kuchh haasil karna ho, kuchh jeetna ho toh hamesha apne dil ki suno (If you want to achieve something in life, if you want to gain something, if you want to win, always listen to your heart).
  • Har insaan ko apni jeb mein ek khoobsurat tasveer hoti hai (Every person has a beautiful picture in their pocket).
  • Maut ki umar kya hoti hai, koi jee bhi toh leta hai (What is the age of death, someone who lives also dies).
  • Jeetne ki abhi umar nahi huyi hai (The time to win has not yet come).

15 Amitabh Bachchan Motivational Quotes

Amitabh Bachchan is known for his inspiring and motivational quotes, both on and off screen. Here are a few of his famous motivational quotes:

  • Success is never final, failure is never fatal. It’s courage that counts.
  • Anger is a waste of time. It’s not going to change anything. It’s just going to make you more unhappy.
  • Success is a consequence. It’s the result of your actions. It’s what you do with what you have.
  • Age is just a number. It’s not a measure of anything except how long you’ve been around.
  • I believe that the only way to success is through hard work, determination, and perseverance.
  • Don’t let failure define you. Learn from it, and move on. That’s the only way to succeed.
  • Don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t do something. If you believe in yourself, anything is possible.
  • The only limit to our realization of tomorrow will be our doubts about today.
  • You can’t be a true hero unless you’re willing to face your own fears and doubts.
  • The only way to achieve greatness is to be true to yourself and never give up on your dreams.
  • The only thing standing between you and your goals is the story you keep telling yourself as to why you can’t achieve them.
  • Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful.
  • The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.
  • Believe in yourself, and all that you are. Know that there is something inside you that is greater than any obstacle.
  • You can’t cross the sea merely by standing and staring at the water.

5 Amitabh Bachchan Inspirational Quotes

Here are a few of Amitabh Bachchan’s famous inspirational quotes:

  • The only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle. As with all matters of the heart, you’ll know when you find it.
  • Every day is a new opportunity to make your dreams a reality.
  • The biggest adventure you can take is to live the life of your dreams.
  • It’s not the failures that define us, it’s how we respond to them.
  • Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.

10 Amitabh Bachchan Quotes on Positive Thinking

Amitabh Bachchan often emphasizes the importance of positive thinking. Here are a few of his famous quotes on positive thinking:

  • Positive thinking is not about expecting the best to happen every time, but accepting that whatever happens is the best for this moment.
  • The only way to achieve greatness is to think positively and never give up, no matter what obstacles you face.
  • Positive thinking is not just about thinking happy thoughts. It’s about replacing negative thoughts with positive ones and taking action to make your dreams a reality.
  • Believing in yourself and having a positive attitude are the keys to unlocking your potential and achieving your goals.
  • Positive thinking is the foundation of success. It’s the catalyst that turns your dreams into reality.
  • Positive thinking is not just a state of mind, it’s a way of life.
  • Positive thinking is the key to unlocking your full potential and achieving your goals.
  • The greatest gift you can give yourself is the power of positive thinking.
  • Negative thoughts only hold you back. Positive thinking sets you free.
  • The power of positive thinking is limitless. It can overcome any obstacle and help you achieve anything you set your mind to.

7 Amitabh Bachchan Quotes on Love

Amitabh Bachchan often talks about the importance of love in our lives. Here are a few of his famous quotes on love:

  • Love is not about possession, it’s about appreciation.
  • Love is not about finding the right person, but about creating the right relationship.
  • Love is not about what you get, but about what you give.
  • Love is not about how much you say “I love you”, but how much you show it.
  • Love is not about finding someone who completes you, but about creating a life together that is greater than the sum of its parts.
  • Love is not about being perfect, it’s about accepting each other’s imperfections.
  • Love is not about holding on, it’s about letting go and growing together.

5 Amitabh Bachchan Shayari in Hindi (with English Translation)

Amitabh Bachchan is known for his acting and his powerful dialogues and shayaris in Hindi films. Here are a few examples of his famous shayaris:

  • Zindagi toh hai ek khwab, koi toh aake haqiqat bana de (Life is like a dream, someone make it a reality).
  • Tumhare paas humara waqt nahi, humara waqt tumhare paas hai (You don’t have time for us, our time is with you).
  • Pyaar ki rahguzar pe chalna sikha gaya tha, har mod par khud ko tanha paya hai. (I was taught to walk on the path of love, but at every turn I found myself alone).
  • Zindagi ke saare gamon ko bhula do, jo hai sach wahi kaam aayega (Forget all the sorrows of life, only the truth will prevail).
  • Zindagi ke safar mein guzar jaate hain jo makam, woh phir nahi aate (In the journey of life, the places we pass through never come back).

5 Amitabh Bachchan Birthday Quotes

Quotes that may be suitable as Birthday wishes for Amitabh Bachchan:

  • Wishing you a day filled with happiness and a year filled with joy.
  • May this day be as special as you are to me and may all your dreams come true.
  • Another year older, but none the wiser. Happy birthday!
  • Count your life by smiles, not tears. Count your age by friends, not years. Happy birthday!
  • On this day, a star was born. Happy birthday, may all your dreams come true.

FAQ

Who is Amitabh Bachchan?

Amitabh Bachchan is a legendary Indian actor who has appeared in over 200 Indian films in a career spanning five decades. He is considered one of the greatest actors in the history of Indian cinema and has received numerous awards and accolades for his work, including four National Film Awards and 15 Filmfare Awards. Amitabh Bachchan is also a successful film producer and television host. He has a huge fan following in India and around the world, and is often referred to as the “Shahenshah of Bollywood” (the Emperor of Bollywood) and the “Star of the Millennium.”

What is Amitabh Bachchan’s Real Name?

Amitabh Bachchan’s real name is Amitabh Harivansh Bachchan.

When is Amitabh Bachchan’s Birthday

Amitabh Bachchan’s birthday is on 11 October 1942.

What is Amitabh Bachchan’s Age?

As of December 12, 2022, Amitabh Bachchan is 80 years old.

What is Amitabh Bachchan’s Height?

In terms of his height, Amitabh Bachchan is 6 feet 2 inches (roughly 188 cm) tall. He is one of the tallest actors in Bollywood.

Who is Amitabh Bachchan’s Wife?

Amitabh Bachchan is married to Jaya Bhaduri Bachchan. They have been married since June 3, 1973. Together, they have two children: Shweta Bachchan Nanda and Abhishek Bachchan.

Who is Amitabh Bachchan’s Daughter?

Amitabh Bachchan has a daughter named Shweta Bachchan Nanda. She was born on March 17, 1974. Shweta is a writer and has also worked as a model and television host. She is married to Nikhil Nanda and they have two children together.

Who is Amitabh Bachchan’s Son?

Amitabh Bachchan has one son, Abhishek Bachchan. Abhishek is also an actor and has appeared in many Hindi films. He made his acting debut in 2000 with the film Refugee, and has since appeared in several successful films such as Bunty Aur Babli, Guru, and Dostana. Abhishek is married to actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, and the couple has one daughter, Aaradhya Bachchan. Amitabh and Abhishek have often appeared in films together, and are considered one of Bollywood’s most iconic father-son pairs.

How are Amitabh Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai Related?

Amitabh Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan are a father-daughter duo in the Indian film industry. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is a former Miss World and a popular Indian actress who has appeared in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, and English-language films. She is married to actor Abhishek Bachchan, Amitabh Bachchan’s son. Amitabh Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan have appeared together in several films, including the 2000 romantic drama Mohabbatein and the 2004 action thriller Khakee.

Does Amitabh Bachchan Have a Granddaughter?

Amitabh Bachchan has two granddaughters, Navya Naveli Nanda and Aaradhya Bachchan. Navya is the daughter of Amitabh’s daughter Shweta Bachchan Nanda, while Aaradhya is the daughter of Amitabh’s son Abhishek Bachchan and actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. Both Navya and Aaradhya are well-known in the Indian media and have often been featured in magazines and on social media. Amitabh is known to be very close to his granddaughters and often shares photos of them on his social media accounts.

What is Amitabh Bachchan’s Net Worth?

As per Caknowledge, Amitabh Bachchan’s net worth stands at around $410 Million, which is roughly ₹3390 crore.

Where is Amitabh Bachchan’s House now?

Amitabh Bachchan presently resides in Jalsa, his personal residence in Mumbai, India. The house is located in the suburb of Juhu and is a popular landmark in the city. He previously used to reside in Pratiksha, along with his parents. It was his first house located just 1 KM away from Jalsa. Fun fact: Jalsa was gifted to Amitabh Bachchan by director Ramesh Sippy for acting in his movie, Satte Pe Satta.

Why is Amitabh Bachchan Known as Big B?

Amitabh Bachchan is known by many nicknames, including “Big B” and “Shahenshah of Bollywood.” The nickname “Big B” is believed to have originated from his role in the 1975 film Deewar, in which he played the character Vijay. His character was often referred to as “Big Brother” (or “Bhai Sahab” in Hindi), which was shortened to “Big B.” The nickname has stuck with him throughout his career and he is now widely known by that name.

Why is Amitabh Bachchan Called the Angry Young Man?

Amitabh Bachchan is often referred to as the “angry young man” of Bollywood because of the many roles he played in the 1970s and 80s where he portrayed characters who were rebellious and angry at the social and political injustices of the time. These roles resonated with the Indian public, who were also frustrated with the state of the country, and made Amitabh Bachchan a national icon and one of the biggest stars in Bollywood history.

Which are the Most Popular Amitabh Bachchan Songs?

Amitabh Bachchan has sung many songs in his films throughout his career. Some of his most popular songs include “Mere Angne Mein” from Laawaris (1981), “Rang Barse” from Silsila (1981), “Jumma Chumma De De” from Hum (1991), and “Sara Zamana” from Yaarana (1981). Bachchan’s baritone voice and his ability to convey emotion through his singing have made him a beloved playback singer in the Hindi film industry.

What is Amitabh Bachchan’s “Hori Khele Raghuveera?”

“Hori Khele Raghuveera” is a popular song from the Hindi film Baghban, which was released in 2003. The song features Amitabh Bachchan and features him as the character Raghuveera, who is singing and dancing in the song. The song is a fun, energetic track and has become a fan favorite.

How Popular is Amitabh Bachchan’s Rang Barse from Silsila?

“Rang Barse” is a popular song from the 1981 Hindi film Silsila. The song features Amitabh Bachchan and is sung by him in the film. It is a lively, upbeat track and is known for its catchy tune and colorful lyrics. It has become a staple at Holi celebrations and is often played at parties and gatherings during the festival.

What is Amitabh Bachchan’s “O Sathi Rey?”

“O Sathi Rey” is a song from the film Baaghi: A Rebel for Love (1990). The film stars Amitabh Bachchan and Nagma, and the song “O Sathi Rey” is sung by Amitabh Bachchan. The song was composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal and written by Anand Bakshi. It is a romantic ballad in which Bachchan sings about the pain of separation from his lover. The film was not a commercial success, but the song “O Sathi Rey” remains popular to this day.

What is Amitabh Bachchan’s “Atrangi Yaari?”

“Atrangi Yaari” is a song from the 2015 Bollywood film Wazir, which stars Amitabh Bachchan and Farhan Akhtar. The song was composed by Shantanu Moitra and sung by Amitabh Bachchan and Farhan Akhtar. The lyrics were written by Swanand Kirkire. The song is a friendship anthem that celebrates the unique and special bond between two friends. It was well received by audiences and became a popular song from the film.

What is Amitabh Bachchan’s “Khaike Paan Banaras Wala?”

“Khaike Paan Banaras Wala” is a song from the 1978 Bollywood film Don, which starred Amitabh Bachchan in the lead role. The song was composed by Kalyanji-Anandji and sung by Kishore Kumar. The lyrics were written by Anjaan. The song is a playful, energetic number in which Amitabh Bachchan’s character, Don, boasts about his love for the city of Banaras and its famous paan. The song became a huge hit and is still remembered as one of the classic songs of Bollywood.

What is Amitabh Bachchan’s Family Like?

Amitabh Bachchan has appeared in over 200 films in his career. He has been active in the Hindi film industry, also known as Bollywood, since the 1970s and has worked in a wide range of film genres. Some of his most well-known films include Deewar, Zanjeer, Sholay, Kabhie Kabhie, and Black.

Which is Amitabh Bachchan’s First Movie?

Amitabh Bachchan made his acting debut in 1969 with the film Saat Hindustani. The film, which was directed by Khwaja Ahmad Abbas, tells the story of seven Indians who travel to Goa to fight for the liberation of the region from Portuguese rule. Bachchan played the role of Anwar Ali, a young poet who joins the group of freedom fighters. Although the film was not a commercial success, it helped to launch Bachchan’s acting career.

What is Amitabh Bachchan’s “Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Sathiyo?”

“Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Sathiyo” is a 2004 Indian war drama film starring Amitabh Bachchan, Akshay Kumar, and Divya Khosla Kumar. The film is set during the Indo-Pakistan War of 1971 and tells the story of a soldier who is sent on a secret mission to infiltrate Pakistan and gather intelligence. The film was directed by Anil Sharma and received mixed reviews from critics upon its release. It was a box office success and was the second-highest-grossing Bollywood film of 2004.

What is Amitabh Bachchan’s “Jhund?”

Jhund is a 2020 Indian Hindi-language drama film directed by Nagraj Manjule and starring Amitabh Bachchan. The film is based on the life of Vijay Barse, a retired sports teacher who started an NGO called Slum Soccer which uses football as a means to engage slum children and keep them away from crime and drugs. Jhund was released on 18 June 2020 to positive reviews from critics and was a box office success. Amitabh Bachchan’s performance in the film was highly praised.

What is Amitabh Bachchan’s “Don?”

Don is a 1978 Indian Hindi-language action thriller film directed by Chandra Barot. The film stars Amitabh Bachchan as the titular character, Don, a ruthless and cunning criminal mastermind who is pursued by police inspector D’Silva (Iftekhar) and his team. The film also stars Zeenat Aman, Helen, Pran, and Om Shivpuri in supporting roles. Don was a huge box office success and is considered a classic of Indian cinema. Amitabh Bachchan’s performance in the film was widely praised and cemented his status as a Bollywood superstar.

Has Amitabh Bachchan Worked With Rashmika Mandanna?

Yes, Amitabh Bachchan co-starred with Rashmika Mandanna in her Bollywood debut movie Goodbye in 2022.

Is Amitabh Bachchan Alive?

Amitabh Bachchan is not deceased. He is a living actor and continues to work in the film industry.

Did Amitabh Bachchan Contest the 1984 Elections?

In 1984, Amitabh Bachchan contested the Lok Sabha elections as a candidate of the Indian National Congress (INC) from the Allahabad constituency. He was supported by the then-Prime Minister of India, Indira Gandhi, who was seeking re-election. However, Bachchan lost the election to H. N. Bahuguna of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The election was held in the aftermath of Gandhi’s assassination and was swept by the INC, which won a massive majority in the Lok Sabha.

Yes, Amitabh Bachchan contested the 1984 Lok Sabha elections from Allahabad as a member of the Indian National Congress party. However, he lost the election to H. N. Bahuguna, who was the incumbent Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh at the time.

Is Amitabh Bachchan on Twitter?

Amitabh Bachchan is active on Twitter and has a verified account with the handle @SrBachchan. He has over 37 million followers on the platform and regularly shares updates about his personal and professional life with his fans. Bachchan is known for his wit and wisdom on Twitter, and his tweets are often re-shared and quoted by his followers. He is one of the most followed Indian celebrities on Twitter.

Is Amitabh Bachchan on Instagram?

Amitabh Bachchan is active on Instagram and has an account with the handle @amitabhbachchan. He has over 32.1 million followers and regularly shares photos and videos with his fans.

Does Amitabh Bachchan Have a Blog?

Amitabh Bachchan does not have a personal blog, but he does have a personal website where he shares updates about his life and work. You can visit his website to learn more about him and keep up with his latest projects.

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