17 October 2016: Amitabh Bachchan daughter Shweta Bachchan-Nanda is frequently requesting that ‘What makes her father Amitabh Bachchan cool?’ and she senses that her father is a creative adaptor to altering for today’s generation. Her father Amitabh Bachchan gets his blog to share on his 73rd birthday touching letter ballpoint with his daughter, and Shweta explains about what is gets to be “living legend” that her father is.
As per the reports, Shweta Bachchan-Nanda wrote that “After many hours of agonizing over the correct answer to the question ‘What makes your dad COOL?’ it dawns on me that there is no secret formula. He is a prolific adaptor to changing circumstances. It is as simple and as complicated as that. He harbors none of the disdain age has for youth: he doesn’t screw up his nose to the music, art or sartorial sensibilities of the generations that have succeeded him. In fact, he’s adjusted himself to find harmony in all of it. He is never outdated, be it the newest technological fad- the Apple Watch, for instance- or mastering social media. He’s on top of it all, and he’s terrific at it.”
She appreciates about Bachchan’s aptitude wrote that “He educates himself with what is prevalent, and that’s how he remains in touch with the times. I have seen him engage in a room full of young achievers one night, over dinner, at filmmaker Karan Johar’s place. He had them enthralled, but the beauty of it was that it was he who went home having learned the most. He has the discipline of his generation coupled with the ambition and energy of this one. He’s a thinking man’s James Bond, without the braggadocio.”
According to the sources, Shweta describes the acting as “gladiator’s pit” of her father that “His popularity has stood the test of time many smear campaigns, a brief encounter with politics (which he regrets until this day), a near-fatal accident, a graying goatee, and a change of address. His arena of work is like a gladiator’s pit; it’s you against the beasts, and if you manage to end the day alive then glory is yours.
“My father has done this for four decades. And he manages to stay relevant even today, working in an industry that is largely youth-based and capricious. He’s gone from ‘Angry Young Man’ to ‘Living Legend,’ epithets he is shy to accept even in private, even with me.”
Amitabh Bachchan has made good performance currently released film “Pink,” and now he is going to start working with Ram Gopal Varma’s film Sakar 3.