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70 moments of reckoning of Amitabh Bachchan's films -II
October 10, 2012 07:53:41 PM IST By Enkayaar, Glamsham Editorial
SILSILA, KAALIA and SATTE PE SATTA
SILSILA: For SILSILA the scene would be where after the death of Shashi Kapoor Big B comes home, and finds Jaya Bachchan embracing him, while Rekha was trying to come near him, brought out the dilemma of choice between romance and responsibility in a succinct manner.
YARAANA: The scene where Neetu Singh confronts him when he refuses to sing, and then he realizes that there is somebody else who also loves him, just before the song, Choo kar mere man ko, was a scene of poignant performance.
KAALIA: When Pran confronts him with the dialogue - log jab sone kee Gaadi par sawar hote hain, and his rebut in kya naza ke taqlifo mein maja jab maut na aaye Jawani mein- underlined the sense of chutzpah that is a hallmark of his performance.
SATTE PE SATTA: It was for the first time that Big B had changed the getup of his eyes to play the character of Babay, and also for the last time perhaps, and when the character is introduced in the film, was the scene that set the tone for the film.
NAMAK HALAL: There are scores of scenes in the film that stand out, but the scene where he breaks the heart of his Daddu-Om Prakash and laments about it as well was the scene for the film.