Indo - Pak Match got more exciting with Amitabh Bachchan's Entry to the Commentary Box
Amitabh Bachchan at the age 72 years will be joining seasonal commentators Harsha Bhogle and Kapil Dev for the most anticipated February 15 match between India and Pakistan. He also added that he is taking tips from them.
The whole Indian team is Amar, Akbar, Anthony for me. Will be professional India when commentating on the match, Bachchan said.
The on-screen character said the entire stint is a piece of publicizing the R Balki-administered film, which discharges on February 6, a week ahead of the World Cup 2015.
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"This is all Balki's choice as there is an integration between the sports telecasters and the creators of 'Shamitabh'. As the film is releasing just a week ahead of the Cricket World Cup 2015, we are simply taking advantage of timing," he added.
In the film as well, Bachchan gives his voice to Dhanush, who plays a quiet adolescent performer with great acting aptitudes yet makes his imprint in the realm of movies with the assistance of the old and washed out superstar.
"'Shamitabh' is an announcement about our film industry and life. The film will see numerous directors and performers who are playing themselves in the film. The film rotates around voice," he said. Bachchan is collaborating with Balki for the third time after 'Cheeni Kum' and 'Paa', which made the performer win his third national award for playing a progeric tyke. He feels Balki is continually reviving to work with.
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"It's my third film with Balki and in all his movies I played diverse characters. It's continually invigorating to work with him. In "Shamitabh" excessively he attempted to do something other than what's expected. Abhishek saw "Shamitabh" a day or two ago and felt that its his best work till date," he said.
Amitabh Bachchan, though coming in for the promotions for his upcoming movie Shamitabh, will be adding a factor of luck to the Indian team. What do you think?