>

Big B goes down memory lane, shares photos of 'Mr. Natwarlal' as it turns 41

IANS
Filed on June 8, 2020

Big B also spoke about how important is it to be 'tadi' (con) in life sometimes

Amitabh Bachchan on Monday went down memory lane and shared a few pictures of him from the film Mr. Natwarlal, which released 41 years ago.

Apart from sharing the stills, Big B also spoke about how important is it to be 'tadi' (con) in life sometimes.

"Life mein vinamra hona achcha hai .. lekin yaar .. kabhi kabhi thodi si 'tadi' bhi honi chahiye .. hain ki nahin (It's good to be gracious in lifestyles but sometimes a little con is also needed.Isn't it?)," Big B captioned the post.

Released in 1979, the Rakesh Kumar directorial revolves around a con man (played by Amitabh Bachchan) who takes the onus of saving the life of villagers and freeing them from the clutches of a dacoit, played by the late actor Amjad Khan.

The film also marked Big B's debut as a singer. He sang the song "Mere paas aao" in the action drama.

Big B will be seen sharing screen space with Ayushmann Khurrana in Shoojit Sircar's OTT release, Gulabo Sitabo. He is also a part of Ayan Mukerji's Brahmastra and Rumi Jaffery's "Chehre"


 
 
 
khaleejtimes
khaleejtimes

Video | Videos

Made in Pakistan ventilators now a reality
khaleejtimes
khaleejtimes

Video | Videos

Reopening Responsibly: Abu Dhabi gyms resume ...
khaleejtimes
khaleejtimes

Video | Videos

Welcoming international visitors: Explore...
khaleejtimes
khaleejtimes

Video | Business

Dubai Stock Exchange trading floor reopens
khaleejtimes
khaleejtimes

Video | News Bulletins

News bulletin: July 8, Wednesday
khaleejtimes

Video | Videos

Beating Stress: Four IB achievers spill the...
khaleejtimes
khaleejtimes

Video | News Bulletins

News Bulletin - July 09, 2020, Thursday
khaleejtimes
khaleejtimes

Video | News Bulletins

News Bulletin - July 07, 2020, Tuesday
khaleejtimes
khaleejtimes

Video | News Bulletins

News Bulletin - July 06, 2020, Monday
khaleejtimes
khaleejtimes

Video | Nation

Dubai schools are readying to welcome pupils ...