Anand 1971 – Amitabh Bachchan & Rajesh Khanna

Now I know those names should be the other way around, but this is the second in my series of reviews of Big B’s old movies, so AB before RK it is

Anand 1971

Amitabh’s second outing (for his first movie click here) on the big screen and he bagged two awards out of two already – this time for best supporting actor in the Filmfare Awards for the movie Anand (released March 1971). Watch it here!

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Amitabh’s debut as one of ‘Saat Hindustani’

My look back at Amitabh Bachchan’s debut film from 48 years ago.

I don’t watch much Bollywood these days, but in the 80s, I was a huge fan of Big B, as India’s biggest movie star, Amitabh Bachchan, is often called.

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I still need an adult

Collision course to catastrophe or keeping it real and rocking?

I need an adult

Sitting and caressing a cup of cocoa, thoughts of life, the universe and how 42 was definitely not the right answer, start creeping into the remaining cells of the grey matter now thinly stretching across the vast empty cavern of my rattly old skull.

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Pursue the Intangible via the Incomprehensible to the Immeasurable

‘Not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that can be counted counts.’ Albert Einstein.

He was so right. Now more than ever. Here’s a rambling rant proffering reasons why.

Not everything that counts

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