When Mr. Bachchan didn’t knew how to eat formally and did kacha papad thing

Who doesn’t know Mr. Amitabh Bachchan he is the star of the millennium. His career is spanned more than 45 years diversified into films from different genres like comedy, action, thrill, drama, commercial and non-commercial all types of films. Majorly with all directors and actors at some point in time Mr. Bachchan has worked. Mr. Bachchan was once considered as a one man industry and he replaced Rajesh Khanna sahib as one of the superstars in the country. Amitabh ji without any doubt had a great career before launching AB corps and because of which he became bankrupt. Such was his condition that he didn’t even talk to his close friends. But he bounced back with KBC and then there was no looking back.

Above is a generic discussion about the great man who himself is an institution and is very humble, noble and down to earth. But there was one time when he didn’t knew how to eat food formally on a table with fork and spoon and his co-actors when they tried teaching him the same he gave them excuses and made so many faces so that he could run away from all that non sense communication.

Don’t worry it’s not in real that he didn’t knew how to eat food? It’s a movie scene where his co actor is trying to teach him on Neetu Singh’s request (because she wants to make him a big singer in alliance with Amjad Khan and Amjad Khan has already sold everything he had to make him a big star). Amitabh was adamant on not to learn all these nonsense city kind of culture things and wanted to teach this guy a lesson so he tries to trick him so many techniques that he gets confused and runs away.

Yaarana (“Friendship”) is a 1981 Indian musical drama film directed by Rakesh Kumar and starring Amitabh Bachchan, Amjad Khan, Neetu Singh, Tanuja and Kader Khan. This was one of the films where Amjad Khan plays a positive role. Nearly all of his other films with Amitabh Bachchan have been where he plays a villain role. This movie was a hit at the box office. One of the plus points of the film was its music by Rajesh Roshan and lyrics by Anjaan. Three songs, “Chhookar Mere Mann Ko,” “Tere Jaisa Yaar Kahan,” and “Saara Zamana Haseeno Ka Deewana” were superhits and are still well-liked. “Saara Zamana Haseeno Ka Deewana” is particularly noteworthy because of Amitabh Bachchan’s dance with clothes fitted with electric bulbs which he himself operated from under his clothing maintaining synchronization while dancing.

When the two friends re-unite years later, Bishan (Amjad Khan) discovers that Kishan (Amitabh Bachchan) has a great voice. Bishan is now a successful businessman and he wants to promote Kishan’s singing talent. Kishan goes to the city with his friend, where Bishan asks Komal (Neetu Singh) to groom him to be a performer and a gentleman. Kishan tries to get expelled from the process by being uncooperative and disruptive. In the meantime, Bishan discovers that the family wealth has been systematically looted over the last 18 years by the uncle and his son. He is forced to borrow by mortgaging his remaining assets in order to ensure that Kishan becomes a successful singer. This causes a major rift between Bishan and his wife who is convinced that Kishan will turn his back on his friend if he were to ever succeed. Kishan’s debut concert is a huge success & he goes on to donate the proceeds of his earning & consequent record deals to rid his friend Bishan of his many mortgages & in order to help woo his estranged sister-in-law & lovable nephew (Bishan’s 10-year-old son) back into the house.

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