After working in films like, ‘Bade Miyan Chote Miyan’ and ‘God Tussi Great Ho’, Amitabh Bachchan and chief Rumi Jafry are good to go to meet up by and by for ‘Chehre’. They team has built up a deep rooted companionship that they have kept up even today. As Big B praises his 78th birthday today, we connected with the producer who opened up solely with ETimes about his bond with the megastar, recollections of working with him, and then some. Passages…
What are your fondest recollections of working with Amitabh Bachchan?
My fondest memory would be the point at which I met him to portray the film, ‘Bade Miyan Chote Miyan’ after which it was the start of an excellent kinship.
What is that one quality in Mr Bachchan that makes him stand apart from others?
His ache to take up new difficulties as a actor, as an entertainer and prop up on starting with one job then onto the next makes him stand apart from others. On the off chance that I need to settle on another decision, at that point it would be his voice. His voice has come to characterize incredible exchanges in film that resonate across time.
What is your preferred Big B film?
My most loved Amitabh Bachchan film is ‘Sholay’.
In the event that you get a chance of changing one of his exemplary movies, which one would it be?
I couldn’t imagine anything better than to redo ‘Paa’. It is such a wonderful film about persistence and child rearing.
Which one Hollywood film character would suit Mr Bachchan perfectly?
The Hollywood film I need to make with Amit Ji would be ‘Gran Torino’.
One message you might want to give him on his birthday this year.
God favor Amit Ji with great wellbeing and I need him to consistently continue working. Numerous producers from the business need to work with him. They also ought to get an opportunity to work with him simply like I have been blessed enough to work with him previously and will be working with him later on too.