All stories by ROSHMILA BHATTACHARYA
'Something historic is happening'Rediff.com1 days ago
'Through this one step, and more steps that follow, log judte jayenge (more people will come together); I'm sure of that.'
'These were stories I'd seen for real'Rediff.com3 days ago
'My film will not only be a reminder for all of us who have gone through these hellish two years, but also a reference point for future generations and for the four-five year olds who would have forgotten everything by the time they grow up.'
'Money and power, nothing worked'Rediff.com3 days ago
'There's no point making grand plans all our lives when life itself is so fragile.'
'Tabassum was always so hit and fit'Rediff.com5 days ago
'She was bubbling with energy, had so much stamina and endurance, that I find it hard to believe that she has left us.'
'The audience loved Helen then, they still do'Rediff.com6 days ago
'It was because of the strength of Helenji's performance that I was even called on stage to present her with the coveted Black Lady.'
'Yeh Bachchan saab hain ka?'Rediff.com18 Nov 2022
'He made me feel like a crorepati even without sitting in the hot seat.'
'No Time Till The Oscar Storm Passes'Rediff.com1 Nov 2022
'We have to do everything in our power to get as many Academy members to watch the film as possible.' 'After that, I am confident, my film will speak for itself.'
'Honour to be known as Amitabh Bachchan's voice'Rediff.com25 Oct 2022
'Today, when I look back, our journey together ajooba lagta hai.'
How Ajit Became LionRediff.com21 Oct 2022
'When Ajitsaab pronounced the word lion in his own, unique way, I retained it.' 'And so, 'lion' became 'loin' and my dialogue attained cult status after the film's release.'
'Amitji is not my lucky mascot'Rediff.com20 Oct 2022
'Amitji is not integral to my cinema, he is integral to cinema.'
The Day I Directed Amitabh BachchanRediff.com17 Oct 2022
'This man changed the mindset of a generation.'
'How much more Indian can my film get?'Rediff.com13 Oct 2022
'These accusations of my film being a copy only makes our chances at the Academy harder.'
'Amitji has no competitors'Rediff.com12 Oct 2022
'In the last seven years or so, many reigning heroes have stopped working with him because no matter how popular a star they are, irrespective of whether they are playing the lead, it eventually becomes an Amitabh Bachchan film!'
'When he is hitting someone, you can see it in his eyes'Rediff.com11 Oct 2022
'It's this swag and body language that convinces you that he can pound 10 men to dust with his bare fists.'
'Amitji is an energetic 8 year old'Rediff.com10 Oct 2022
'Working with him is like deep sea diving.' 'He is an ocean into which you keep diving, discovering something new every time.'
'I am embarrassed about all my films'Rediff.com6 Oct 2022
'Chup is the work that I'm most satisfied with; it won't bore me or make me cringe later.'
'For an actor, Ranbir leads an unglamorous life'Rediff.com29 Sep 2022
'Apart from work, Ranbir has few interests.' 'When he was not shooting, he could be lying on the bed, just staring fixedly at the ceiling.'
My Beloved Aunt, Lata MangeshkarRediff.com28 Sep 2022
'While we conversed in Marathi, she would always make it a point to ask me in English, "Are you okay? Have you eaten?"' 'I sorely miss that care and concern.'
'Most critics don't know difference between good and bad film'Rediff.com27 Sep 2022
'It's time to change this system of randomly giving stars and the right to bad critics to run down our products.' 'Two films, even if both get three stars, are very different from each other.' 'I can understand if these stars indicated a level of enjoyment or engagement, but the current rating system is flawed because there are no parameters.'
'Award Raju Srivastav Bharat Ratna'Rediff.com26 Sep 2022
'Today's generation can learn from him how not to hurt anyone's sentiments at a time when many stand-up comedians deliberately set out to do so.'