Express Adda: Amitabh Bachchan chronicles
When one of the world’s most popular celebrities is in the hot seat, curiosity becomes a surging sea of questions. It is difficult to list what Amitabh Bachchan was not asked at the Express Adda. He responded with his characteristic dignity and patience, never once trying to be the man he is not. He spoke about how the Western world had changed the way it saw both India and Indian cinema, and why the kind of cinema neglected so far in the country was coming into prominence. The communicative outreach of television has been both a glue and a social force reflected in the growing influence of the middle class, says Bachchan. He also recited a couplet, addressed questions about his struggles and convictions, talked about himself as a family man, an actor and an observer of modern India.
Ek bahut acha yantr banaya gaya hai jise ghadi kehte hain. Usko main dekh leta hoon aur samay mein pahuch jaata hoon. (There is a very good machine called a watch. I look
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