TV Stars’ remembers favorite character of BigB on the Superstar’s Birthday !

Amitabh Bachchan, a legendary actor of Indian Cinema has seen more than decades in the Indian Film Industry and has portrayed many different roles and looks. Mr. Bachchan has earned name, fame and also has done few Hollywood movies in his extremely awe-inspiring career. Big B as he is popular known has won several Awards, is also the first Asian actor who got his Wax Model Statue in Madame Tussaud’s in London and was also voted as the Star of the Millennium by BBC. On his birthday television celebrities reveals their favorite looks of Amitabh Bachchan which made him even more dramatic and real for his characters.

Kunal Jaisingh: The character of Amitji in Agneepath and his look portrayed in this movie was commendable. Amitji even won the National Film Award for Best Actor for this movie. Mr. Bachchan to give his character more real feeling, experimented with his voice as well. The look of Amitab Bachchan’s character was well worked on, he had to wear kohl to show in depth in his eyes expressing grave anger residing in his character’s soul.

Suyyash Rai: One of the most famous movie of its time was Shahenshah. A man full of anger, avenge and revenge and he owned the name Shahenshah too. The attire of Amitji and his look was very much critically appreciated as it was way too unique for that time. The costume was very heavy but Amitji being a professional wore it without any ifs and buts. The arm of the costume alone weighed around 18 kilos.

Manish Goplani: Amitji played an Indian Coolie, with the simplicity, attitude and anger for the rich who made them suffer so much. Amitji gives justice to the look and the accent of a coolie in every manner in the movies Coolie and Deewar.

Yuvika Chaudhary: Eklavya is a royal guard of Rajasthan king and his dynasty. Amitji portrays the role of a Rajasthani Guard in a Rajsthani Attire and Rajasthani Turban with beard and mustache as a Rajasthani would have. His accent throughout the movie is typical Rajasthani which never let anyone feel that Mr. Bachchan is not from Rajasthan.

Tanya Sharma: It is so difficult for an person to sit in the dressing room for hours just for his makeup. Only a professional actor like Amitji could handle the stress and make alive a character of 12 years old boy in Paa. Mr. Bachchan justified his character of a 12 year old boy struggling with a disease yet doing all the kiddish activities a child would want to do in Paa which was superb.

Mahika Sharma: Mr. Bachchan most creative look is seen in Jhoom Barabar Jhoom. A bizarre costume and a strange Hat with long feathers gave his fans a shocking surprise and his look became the talk of the town.

Devoleena Bhattacharjee: Mr. Bachchan with a pony tail, yes that’s the look Amitabh was seen showing off in his movie, ‘Cheeni Kum’. An old chef, who is arrogant, rude, egoistic and a pompous man with a pony tail who has never been with any girl other than his aged mother.

Manu Punjabi: Khuda Gawah is a movie based on tribe in Afghanistan. Mr. Bachchan played the role of an Afghani, and his look and costume were designed according to Afghanistan traditions. Wearing the costumes of Afghanistan, Amitji looked like one. The most amazing thing about the movie was Mr. Bachchan’s language accent which not only matched his costume and look but was authentic like any Afghani.