70 moments of reckoning of Amitabh Bachchan's films - III
October 10, 2012 08:20:43 PM IST By Enkayaar, Glamsham Editorial
Here's presenting the last 20 of the 70 moments of reckoning of Amitabh Bachchan's films.
MARD, AAKHRI RAASTA and SAHENSHAH
SHARAABI: Big B had played the roles of drunk characters to perfection and he took it to new heights through SHARAABI, and even when age wise he had started going downhill, the dialogue and the scene just before the song- mujhe naulakha manga de re was the high moments of the film.
MARD: It was one of the last successful films with Manmohan Desai and the scene where he enacts the comic scene with Prem Chopra after getting drunk, was one of the high points of the film.
AAKHRI RAASTA: The scene were both the father and the son come together to remember Jaya Prada and when the father finds that the son does not know how to pray, tells him that the process is not important, what is important is the reverence, is high point of AAKHRI RAASTA.
SHAHENSHAH: This was again a film where he played dual characters and the scene which everyone would remember would be Rishte mein to hum tumhare baap hote hain, but the scene stealer is where he talks to father with reference to him being a bribe taker was the high point of the film.
MAIN AZAAD HOON: One of those off-beat films that he did, the scene stealer for this film was the scene where he picks up the thrown half-eaten apple first sheepishly checking whether somebody is observing him or not, and then eating to satiate pangs of hunger.