An epitome of Stardom. The idol of Bollywood. The towering legend who is a role model to many. Happy birthday Amitabh Bachchan. These descriptions are just small illustrations of the spectacular and striking career he has had in Bollywood. Today, as Mr. Bachchan turns 76, let’s have a look at some of the strangest things he has done in his 50 years career in Bollywood in today’s celebrity news special. Here is a list of some of the strangest roles of Big B.
Mere angane me song from Lawaaris.
A true fan of AB can never forget his wacky act in dresses and lehengas on the tunes of the most famous song from the film Laawaris Mere Anagane me. The song is a parody that illustrates everything from gender to propriety in manner that anybody else would barely dare to do.
A true Martyr in Desh Premee.
You must have seen many movies having martyrdom as its base but in case of Amitabh Bachchan things are really different. The scene of blood trickling from his face and the barbed wires piercing his flesh until the floor ready Inquilab in bold and bleeding signs.
The world’s most unscientific blood transfusion in Amar Akbar Anthony.
Yes, it’s a question mark in everybody’s mind every time you watch this epic movie. Remember the scene where Vinod Khanna, Amitabh Bachchan and Rishi Kapoor indulge in the most unscientific and questionable blood transfusion for the sake of humanity.
Amitabh Bachchan’s tattoo in Mard.
How many on this earth claim that their daddy’s have inscribed a tattoo on their chest while they were still infants. This can happen only with Big B.
Big B’s striking deal with tiger in Khoon Pasina.
Entering into a deal with goons for a pretended fight in order to impress lady Love is very common. When it comes to Big B you can witness the same deal with a tiger, and ofcourse the tiger obliges Big B as he wins over both the beauty and the beast.
Light dance in Yaarana.
The LED dance and the light dance which are becoming an upcoming concept in modern dance was showcased by Amitabh Bachchan way back in 1981.
The most fantastic father-son role reversal in Paa.
Amitabh Bachchan worked as son of his real life son Abhishek Bachchan in Paa. Though it sounds bizzare, it worked out well in the context of the movie and received a thousand applauds for his role.
102 Not Out.
The story of the 102 year old father and his 77 year old son was a vision to watch. The extra messy hair and synthetically kinked teeth is a treat to watch.
And this is not all. Amitabh Bachchan has taken various Avataars in these 5 decades which only he could take. Have a look at some of them here.
Happy Birthday Big B. May you live long and strong and we get to see many more such roles.