Amitabh Bachchan

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Date of Birth: 11 October 1942, Allahabad, India
Nickname: Big B, Munna, Young Angry Man.
Amitabh Bachchan Address: Amitabh Bachchan, Pratiksha, 10th Road, J.V.P.D. Scheme Mumbai- 400 049
Height: 6′ 2″ (1.88 m)
Education: Master Of Arts (M A)
Debut Film: “Saat Hindustani”

Amitabh Bachchan Mini Biography

Bolywood super star Amitabh Bachchan is son of the famous Hindi poet late Harivansh Rai Bachchan. He was born at Allahabad in Uttar Pradesh. After completing his studies from Sherwood College, Nainital and Kirori Mal College, Delhi University, he shifted to Kolkata to work in Shaw Wallace Company (a shipping firm). Later he moved to Mumbai to try his hand in Hindi film Industry.

Initial years of Amitabh Bachhan were full of struggle, as he was tall and of dark complexion, he could not match to the requirement of film directors as lover boy. Amitabh Bachchan Started his acting journey with the film “Saat Hindustani”. He won his first National Film Award as Best Newcomer. Amitabh Bachchan gave his first hit film “Zanzeer” in 1973 with his real life love and future wife Jaya Bhaduri. This film established Amitabh in a new persona – the “angry young man” action hero of Bollywood. For the next one decade Amitabh gave almost one hit film every year that includes “Deewaar “, “Sholay “, “Trishul “, “Muqaddar Ka Sikander “, “Don “, “Kasme Vaade “, “Kaala Patthar “, “Mr. Natwarlal”, “Ram Balram “, “Shaan “, “Lawaaris ” and “Shakti “. Besides doing action films, Amitabh also did comic roles in “Chupke Chupke”, “Amar Akbar Anthony” and “Namak Halal”. As romantic hero he gave notable performance in the movies “Kabhie Kabhie” and “Silsila”.

This great actor of Hindi film industry has got tremendous fan following across all age groups. Amitabh Bachhan was fatally injured while shooting for the film “coolie”. His fans prayed for his early recovery and some of them even offered their one limb for his recovery. Nevertheless, Amitabh recovered soon and resumed shooting for the film. Later the film “coolie” was released and it was a big hit at box office.

Amitabh Bachchan took break from acting and entered politics with the support of his friend Late Rajiv Gandhi. He was elected Member of Parliament from Allahabad in 1984 but soon he realized that politics was not his cup of tea and he decided to quit. After returning to the film industry Amitabh turned towards production of films and established Amitabh Bachchan Corporation Ltd (ABCL) for production and distribution of films. Besides acting in films, Amitabh Bachchan has also hosted popular game show “Kaun Banega Karorpati” (KBC) on TV.

Amitabh Bachchan Filmography

  • Department  (18 May 2012) (Coming Soon)
  • English Vinglish  (2012)
  • Common Man  (2012)
  • Johnny Mastana  (12 Dec 2011)
  • Time Machine  (12 Dec 2011)
  • Mr. Bhatti on Chutti  (26 Aug 2011)
  • Aarakshan  (12 Aug 2011)
  • Bbuddah…Hoga Terra Baap  (1 Jul 2011)
  • Struggler  (1 Jan 2011)
  • Do Aur Do Paanch  (2011)
  • Kandahar  (2011)
  • Buddha  (2011)
  • Chenab Gandhi  (2011)
  • Kamagata Maru  (2011)
  • Power  (2011)
  • Johny Walker  (2011)
  • Teen Patti  (26 Feb 2010)
  • Rann  (29 Jan 2010)
  • Aankhen 2  (1 Jan 2010)
  • 64 Squares  (1 Jan 2010)
  • Taalismaan  (1 Jan 2010)
  • Zamaanat  (1 Jan 2010)
  • Paa  (4 Dec 2009)
  • Aladin  (30 Oct 2009)
  • Delhi-6  (20 Feb 2009)
  • Bhairavi  (1 Jan 2009)
  • Buddham Sharanam Gachhami  (1 Jan 2009)
  • The Last Lear  (12 Sep 2008)
  • God Tussi Great Ho  (15 Aug 2008)
  • Sarkar Raj  (6 Jun 2008)
  • Bhoothnath  (9 May 2008)
  • Om Shanti Om  (9 Nov 2007)
  • Ram Gopal Varma Ki Aag  (31 Aug 2007)
  • Jhoom Barabar Jhoom  (15 Jun 2007)
  • Cheeni Kum  (25 May 2007)
  • Shoot Out At Lokhandwala  (25 May 2007)
  • Nishabd  (2 Mar 2007)
  • Eklavya – The Royal Guard  (16 Feb 2007)
  • Gangotri  (1 Jan 2007)
  • Baabul  (6 Dec 2006)
  • Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna  (11 Aug 2006)
  • Darna Zaroori Hai  (28 Apr 2006)
  • Family – Ties of Blood  (12 Jan 2006)
  • Ganga  (1 Jan 2006)
  • Amrithadhare  (30 Dec 2005)
  • Ek Ajnabee  (9 Dec 2005)
  • Dil Jo Bhi Kahey  (23 Sep 2005)
  • Ram Balram Aur Ramkali  (5 Aug 2005)
  • Viruddh  (22 Jul 2005)
  • Marche de l’empereur, La  (22 Jul 2005)
  • Paheli  (24 Jun 2005)
  • Parineeta  (10 Jun 2005)
  • Bunty Aur Babli  (27 May 2005)
  • Waqt – Race Against Time  (22 Apr 2005)
  • Ramji Londonwaley  (9 Feb 2005)
  • Black  (4 Feb 2005)
  • Sarkar  (7 Jan 2005)
  • Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Sathiyo  (24 Dec 2004)
  • Veer Zaara  (12 Nov 2004)
  • Hum Kaun Hai  (3 Sep 2004)
  • Kyun! Ho Gaya Na  (13 Aug 2004)
  • Deewaar  (25 Jun 2004)
  • Lakshya  (18 Jun 2004)
  • Dev  (11 Jun 2004)
  • Insaaf – The Justice  (5 Mar 2004)
  • Rudraksh  (13 Feb 2004)
  • Khakee  (23 Jan 2004)
  • Aetbaar  (23 Jan 2004)
  • Fun2ssh  (19 Dec 2003)
  • Baghban  (3 Oct 2003)
  • Boom  (19 Sep 2003)
  • Mumbai Se Aaya Mera Dost  (22 Aug 2003)
  • Armaan  (16 May 2003)
  • Khushi  (7 Feb 2003)
  • Kaante  (20 Dec 2002)
  • Agni Varsha  (30 Aug 2002)
  • Hum Kisi Se Kum Nahin  (31 May 2002)
  • Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham  (14 Dec 2001)
  • Aks  (13 Jul 2001)
  • Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India  (15 Jun 2001)
  • Ek Rishtaa – The Bond of Love  (18 May 2001)
  • Mohabbatein  (27 Oct 2000)
  • Hello Brother  (10 Sep 1999)
  • Kohram  (13 Aug 1999)
  • Hindustan Ki Kasam  (23 Jul 1999)
  • Biwi No 1  (28 May 1999)
  • Sooryavansham  (21 May 1999)
  • Lal Baadshah  (5 Mar 1999)
  • Bade Miyan Chhote Miyan  (16 Oct 1998)
  • Major Saab  (26 Jun 1998)
  • Mrityudaata  (25 Apr 1997)
  • Tere Mere Sapne  (6 Dec 1996)
  • Ghatak  (8 Nov 1996)
  • Professar Ki Padosan  (22 Jul 1994)
  • Insaaniyat  (11 Mar 1994)
  • Laqshya  (1 Jan 1994)
  • Zulm Ki Hukumat  (17 Jul 1992)
  • Khuda Gawah  (8 May 1992)
  • Akela  (8 Nov 1991)
  • House No.13  (16 Aug 1991)
  • Indra Jeet  (8 Aug 1991)
  • Ajooba  (12 Apr 1991)
  • Hum  (1 Feb 1991)
  • Ajooba Kudrat Ka  (1 Jan 1991)
  • Aaj Ka Arjun  (10 Aug 1990)
  • Krodh  (23 Mar 1990)
  • Agneepath  (16 Feb 1990)
  • Main Azad Hoon  (15 Dec 1989)
  • Jaadugar  (25 Aug 1989)
  • Toofan  (11 Aug 1989)
  • Ganga Jamuna Sarswati  (29 Dec 1988)
  • Shahenshah  (2 Dec 1988)
  • Hero Hiralal  (21 Oct 1988)
  • Ek Hi Maqsad  (1 Jan 1988)
  • Soorma Bhopali  (1 Jan 1988)
  • Kaun Jeeta Kaun Haara  (1 Jan 1987)
  • Jalwa  (1 Jan 1987)
  • Dosti Dushmani  (14 Nov 1986)
  • Aakhri Raasta  (6 Jun 1986)
  • Ek Ruka Hua Faisla  (1 Jan 1986)
  • Mard  (8 Nov 1985)
  • Giraftaar  (13 Sep 1985)
  • Ram Tere Kitne Naam  (15 Feb 1985)
  • Ameer Admi Garib Admi  (1 Jan 1985)
  • Sharaabi  (18 May 1984)
  • Inquilab  (27 Jan 1984)
  • Pet Pyar Aur Paap  (1 Jan 1984)
  • Kanoon Kya Karega  (1 Jan 1984)
  • Coolie  (2 Dec 1983)
  • Pukar  (18 Nov 1983)
  • Mahaan  (28 Apr 1983)
  • Andha Kanoon  (8 Apr 1983)
  • Nastik  (18 Feb 1983)
  • Film Hi Film  (1 Jan 1983)
  • Khud-Daar  (30 Jul 1982)
  • Namak Halal  (30 Apr 1982)
  • Desh Premee  (23 Apr 1982)
  • Bemisaal  (5 Mar 1982)
  • Satte Pe Satta  (22 Jan 1982)
  • Shakti  (10 Jan 1982)
  • Kaalia  (25 Dec 1981)
  • Yaraana  (23 Oct 1981)
  • Silsila  (14 Aug 1981)
  • Lawaaris  (22 May 1981)
  • Barsat Ki Ek Raat  (20 Feb 1981)
  • Naseeb  (5 Jan 1981)
  • Chashme Baddoor  (1 Jan 1981)
  • Commander  (1 Jan 1981)
  • Shaan  (12 Dec 1980)
  • Ram Balram  (28 Nov 1980)
  • Dostana  (17 Oct 1980)
  • Naya Bakra  (1 Jan 1980)
  • Suhaag  (16 Nov 1979)
  • Ahsaas  (26 Oct 1979)
  • Kaala Patthar  (24 Aug 1979)
  • Cinema Cinema  (27 Jul 1979)
  • The Great Gambler  (6 Apr 1979)
  • Don  (12 Jun 1978)
  • Trishul  (4 May 1978)
  • Besharam  (1 Jan 1978)
  • Khoon Pasina  (21 Jan 1977)
  • Alaap  (1 Jan 1977)
  • Charandas  (1 Jan 1977)
  • Amar Akbar Anthony  (1 Jan 1977)
  • Chala Murari Hero Banane  (1 Jan 1977)
  • Hera Pheri  (3 Oct 1976)
  • Kabhie Kabhie  (1 Mar 1976)
  • Kabhi Kabhi  (27 Jan 1976)
  • Chhoti Si Baat  (1 Jan 1976)
  • Do Anjane  (1 Jan 1976)
  • Sholay  (15 Aug 1975)
  • Zameer  (21 Mar 1975)
  • Deewar  (24 Jan 1975)
  • Faraar  (1 Jan 1975)
  • Chupke Chupke  (1 Jan 1975)
  • Mili  (1 Jan 1975)
  • Majboor  (6 Dec 1974)
  • Benaam  (18 Oct 1974)
  • Roti Kapada Aur Makan  (18 Oct 1974)
  • Kasauti  (9 Aug 1974)
  • Dost  (12 Apr 1974)
  • Kunwara Baap  (1 Jan 1974)
  • Namak Haram  (23 Nov 1973)
  • Saudagar  (26 Oct 1973)
  • Abhimaan  (27 Jul 1973)
  • Gehri Chaal  (27 Jul 1973)
  • Zanjeer  (11 May 1973)
  • Bada Kabootar  (1 Jan 1973)
  • Bandhey Hath  (1 Jan 1973)
  • Bombay To Goa  (3 Mar 1972)
  • Ek Nazar  (1 Jan 1972)
  • Piya Ka Ghar  (1 Jan 1972)
  • Raste Ka Pattar  (1 Jan 1972)
  • Bansi Birju  (1 Jan 1972)
  • Garam Masala  (1 Jan 1972)
  • Pyar Ki Kahani  (30 Apr 1971)
  • Anand  (1 Jan 1971)
  • Reshma Aur Shera  (1 Jan 1971)
  • Bombay Talkies  (1 Jan 1971)
  • Parwana  (1 Jan 1971)
  • Guddi  (1 Jan 1971)
  • Bhuvan Shome  (1 Jan 1969)
  • Saat Hindustani  (1 Jan 1969)
  • Pocket Maar  (1 Jan 1934)
  • Adalat
  • Aankhen

Trivia

  • Amitabh Bachchan faced fifteen years boycott from film magazines like Stardust.
  • After injury during the shooting of “Coolie”, Amitabh suffered from Myasthenia Gravis.
  • In November 2005, Amitabh Bachchan was admitted to Lilavati Hospital’s ICU to undergo surgery for diverticulitis of the small intestine.
  • Amitabh was alleged to have acquired cultivable land in Barabanki district of Uttar Pradesh by unlawful means. However, he was given clean chit by the High Court.
  • He was one of the judges for the 1995 Miss World beauty pageant.
  • Amitabh is a vegetarian.
  • Amitabh Bachchan was named Actor of the Millennium in a BBC News Poll ahead of such luminaries as Charlie Chaplin, Sir Lawrence Olivier, and Marlon Brando.
  • He has also done playback singing in many movies such as “Laawaris”, “Toofan” and “Silsila”.

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