I have read about the disorder progeria.The look is fine but what about the height of Mr.Bachchan.Such kids live mostly upto to an average age of 13 years only.Only height is a problem as he is a kid in the movie but as an actor I feel he can carry the role easily.All the very best to Mr.Bachchan.
The older the wine, better it becomes especially when served in new bottles. It looks a great experiment in indian cinema the success of such concepts in our movies will(hope it is good) determine the iq of the audience.
i just didnt like the makeup,i feel Mr.AB to retire gracefully than taking up roles like these,the audience need to see young,fresh talent,and concepts which can appeal to most of them...after giving consistent performances thruout,at this stage of his career he shld have been more careful in choosing...it has become overdose of him these days..
Re: amitabh retire now
by krishna on Nov 09, 2009 12:55 PM
why he should retire?...did he took permission from you to come to industry?....the who are u to suggest him to retire.....he alraedy gave successful movie with balki in cheeni kum ...looserslike u have nothing to do but waste time
Re: Re: amitabh retire now
by Narasimhan Srinivasan on Nov 09, 2009 03:42 PM
friend, while indeed such experimentations are welcome, I disagree with you that Cheeni Kum was a hit. It was a flop and did not even reach average level. Pls. also you along with others realize what an average hit is. You know, people speak about 'Wanted' (Salman, Ayesha Takia) as if it is the hit of the century. It only made 50 days last week. And my friend, Wanted is an average hit. Can you confirm with ease, if Cheeni Kum was of the level of 'Wanted'? Not in any number of light years.