Amitabh Bachchan’s 55-Year Journey in Bollywood.

Big B shared AI-created pictures of himself where his eye was replaced by a camera lens and film reels came out of his head.

Amitabh Bachchan’s 55-Year Journey in Bollywood

Amitabh Bachchan, the iconic actor, made his debut in Bollywood back in 1969 with the film “Saat Hindustani”. His role as Anwar Ali earned him a nomination for the National Film Award for Best Newcomer. Recently, he showcased his embrace of modern technology by sharing his artificial intelligence avatar on social media. In these AI-generated images, Bachchan’s likeness is depicted with a camera lens for an eye and film reels emerging from his head. On February 17, he shared these creations on X (formerly Twitter), remarking, “55 years in the wondrous world of Cinema… and AI gives me its interpretation… a presentation by Ef B… self-made.”

Amitabh Bachchan’s Bollywood Journey

Debut and Early Roles: Making his Bollywood debut in 1969, Amitabh Bachchan also lent his voice to the character Bhuvan Shome in a film directed by Mrinal Sen. He gained initial recognition with a supporting role in “Anand” (1971), directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee, alongside Rajesh Khanna.

Breakthrough and “Angry Young Man” Era: Bachchan’s breakthrough came with “Zanjeer” in 1973, where his portrayal of Inspector Vijay Khanna marked the beginning of his “Angry Young Man” persona. This era saw him in iconic roles in films like “Deewaar,” “Sholay,” “Kabhi Kabhie,” and “Amar Akbar Anthony.”

Late Career Success: Surprisingly, Bachchan’s highest-grossing films emerged in the later phase of his career. Notable among them are “Brahmastra,” “Thugs Of Hindostan,” “Badla,” “Piku,” and “Pink,” released in the last decade, showcasing his enduring popularity and versatility as an actor.


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