Is Big B over working?
The great Show-man, super star Mr. Amitabh Bachhan or Big B, in not an ordinary human being. We must say that he is a miracle of God, who rarely rests and sleeps and works around the clock with full energy. At the age of 67, he is still full of strength, energy and passion whereas, others at this age require wheel chair and rest but Mr. Big B still rocks. But his close and nears say that he should now slow down his schedules and engagements as he already had been went through the two major health scares. The continuous shooting schedule makes him a macho man as few days back he attended the premiere, next entire day busy with the shooting of big boss in Lonavala but inspite of having sleep he attended the Bombay Times Party at night and on next early morning he left for Chennai. What does it proves? It shows that he is overworking these days except the break he took with Amar Singh at Singapore.
Amitabh Bachhan, a conspicuous Bollywood actor
Amitabh Bachan is a son of great and famous poet Dr. Harivansh Rai Bachchan.He was born on 11th October, 1942 in Allahabad. After playing the title role of ‘Shahenshah’, he created storm in the entire nation. His past hit movies like ‘Laawaris’, ‘Coolie’, ‘Naseeb’, ‘Silsila’, ‘Sharabi’ and ‘Jaadugar’ are the unforgettable projects which brought the heights of stardom to him and make un-countable fans of him in country as well as abroad also. Amitabh Bachan gives credit of his stardom and success to his family and its support, although he had been remained the part of gossip for his link-ups with actress Rekha. He has won several awards in his life, which also includes three National Film fare awards and 12 Film Fare Awards.
Big B’s Busiest and Golden Career
Big B started his career in films 1969 from the film ‘Saat Hindustani’ directed by Khwaja Ahmad Abbas. This film was not financially successful but Bachhan won his first National Film Award for Best Newcomer Category. But he gave very successful hit movie in 1971 known to be ‘Anand’ where he played alongside Rajesh Khanna but again won Film Fare Best Supporting Actor Award. Similarly, he did many films which were not successful at box-office but gave the identity to Big B in 1971-72 like- Parwaana, Reshma Aur Shera, Guddi, Bawarchi and Bombay to Goa. But, 1973 brought a drastically success in the career of Amitabh Bachhan, as he did Zanjeer during this period with director Prakash Mehra, which gave him the image of a young angry man and it proved to be a ladder to reach the peak of the success and stardom and fans falling. In this way he started his busiest career and non-stop working style where he never peep back even and always step- ahead with grabbing uncountable best wishes and blessings of his fans .