October 10, 2012 04:01:31 PM IST By Enkayaar, Glamsham Editorial
PARVARISH, ADALAT and AMAR AKBAR ANTHONY
ALAAP: One of the least talked about films of Big B's career, it has one of the most sensitive performances, and the scene that stands out in the film is the scene where Big B as the son driving a horse carriage goes to his erstwhile father to drop him and takes the payment for the service offered.
AMAR AKBAR ANTHONY:The mirror scene in the film where Big B puts ointment on mirror obviously is a scene stealer, but another scene worth talking is the confrontation between him and Vinod Khanna in the film and the famous fight that ensues.
ADALAT: One of the histrionic performances that Big B gave in double role, the scene of conflict between father and son, both played by Big B was its most significant moments, and it again underlined the sense of respect that Big B had for the institution of fatherhood and how through series of performances he underlined its importance.
KHOON PASEENA: It was one of the films of epic confrontations between Big B and Vinod Khanna. But the scene that stands out is where Big B sings, 'Chale gaye thanedar ab dar kahe ka', and Rekha barges in, he had to handle comedy and irony of situation simultaneously.
PARVARISH: The scene that stands out profoundly in the film is the scene where Amjad Khan implores Big B that he being the son of a dacoit should be on his side, and Big B tells Amjad Khan that his only contribution has been in giving birth to him, while Shammi Kapoor gave him life, and dignity, is its hallmark.