Using top stars intelligently can result in films that make you think.
Even though a person of Bachchan's stature flagged the issues of 'civil liberty' and 'freedom', his words went completely unheard.
As he turns 80, the star’s skill at reinventing himself has kept him relevant to successive generations.
Director R. Balki doffs his hat to Guru Dutt and Amitabh Bachchan but revels in hammering the same point over and over again to the point of tedium.
The story lacks vitality, momentum, and intrigue. The film is devoid of genuine joy. Characters and settings come at you all the time, as if you’ve entered a lunch …
Even Ranbir Kapoor’s double role cannot save the film from sliding into mediocrity.
Under Nagraj Manjule’s careful direction, Amitabh Bachchan allows debutant boys to shine, in this thunderous sports drama with a difference.
Through their project, Navya Naveli Nanda and Manasi Chaudhari aim to help victims of domestic abuse, gender inequality, sexual harassment and empower women across India.
Some bits, not even central to the mystery, are plain baffling – even insulting.
Amitabh Bachchan isn't just an actor, he's a cultural icon for millions of Indians – and he owes us more than this.