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70 moments of reckoning of Amitabh Bachchan's films - III
October 10, 2012 08:20:43 PM IST By Enkayaar, Glamsham Editorial
CHEENI KUM, PAA and AARAKSHAN
BUNTY AUR BABLI:The scene in the bar between the father and the son, i.e. the Big B and the Junior B was the highlight of the film and another scene was where he ruthlessly corners the accomplice through torture by using his jeep as the mode to inflict it was the highlight of the film.
SARKAR: For SARKAR the scene stealer was the scene where the Junior B comes and informs Big B that he has killed his elder brother and the sense of being bottled up, do not knowing whether to congratulate the son for having killed a traitor or berate the son for having killed his elder brother was another high point.
CHEENI KUM: For CHEENI KUM the scene that immediately comes to the mind was the scene when Big B goes to the medical shop in anticipation of a love making with Tabu and his hesitancy to ask for it, factoring in the age, was indeed the high light of this film.
PAA: He broke all the barriers of performance and by enacting the role of a stunted child, he demonstrated to the world that indeed he is one of the finest performers, and for this film, it is difficult to pick a scene, rather the whole film in entirety is shot through and through with top notch performances.
AARAKHSHAN: Big B has excelled in the role of teacher and he again did the same with AARAKHSHAN. The high point for AARAKSHAN was where he decides to change the system with the only weapon that he has, his teaching acumen, and it again must have drawn inspiration from his father who was one of the finest English teachers of Allahabad University.