The Legendary Journey of Amitabh Bachchan: India’s Iconic Superstar


Amitabh Bachchan was born in Prayagraj, India, on October 11, 1942. He is a former politician, playback singer from time to time, television personality, and actor in Indian films. Over the course of his five-decade career, Bachchan has collaborated with some of the best performers and producers in the film industry. He has made a name for himself in classic movies like “Amar Akbar Anthony,” “Namak Haraam,” “Deewar,” “Anand,” “Abhimaan,” “Sholay,” and “Sharaabi,” and has won countless honours for his performances in these movies. He is a tremendous star in every way. Let’s look at everything this actor has accomplished in his remarkable career today on the occasion of his birthday.

In addition to his family, Amitabh Bachchan’s followers, “Kaun Banega Crorepati” viewers, and the general public are organizing a lavish celebration to mark his 81st birthday. Through the mega-star quiz show, he has delighted audiences with personal and professional experiences during his path.


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Bachchan is known for his exceptional acting, and his reputation as a global icon is spotless. He worked as an executive at a company in Kolkata and tried his hand in acting before becoming well-known in the film industry. In 1969, Bachchan made his film debut with “Saat Hindustani,” and it was for his performance in “Anand” that he received his first Filmfare Award. Many of his roles allowed him to demonstrate his diverse talent, which included his abilities in comedy, dancing, and singing.

After appearing in more than 35 movies by the end of the 1970s, Bachchan was largely considered as India’s best movie star. The extent of his adoration from the public caused him to become a cultural phenomenon everywhere he went. When Johnny had a terrible accident in 1982 while filming “Coolie,” there was a countrywide outpouring of prayers for his recovery. Later, under the influence of his buddy, the former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, Bachchan made the decision to run for office. He was overwhelmingly elected to the Indian Parliament in 1984, however he left that office in 1989. In 1990, he made a comeback and took home the National Film Award for Best Actor for his portrayal of a mafia boss in “Agneepath.” He eventually rose to the position of chairman of the film production and event management business Amitabh Bachchan Corporation Limited. Bachchan eventually renewed his acting career despite the industry’s financial struggles.

The Indian versions of the hugely successful TV programs “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?” and “Kaun Banega Crorepati” were hosted by Bachchan from 2000 to 2006. The show became one of India’s most beloved television programs thanks in part to his easygoing approach and charisma. For his portrayal in the play “Pa” (2009), Bachchan also won a National Film Award, giving him a total of three awards. He made his Hollywood debut at the age of 70 with a minor part in Baz Luhrmann’s “The Great Gatsby.”


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