What Bachchan can Teach You

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1. Failure is not Permanent
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Bachchan’s first film in Indian cinema as an actor was in Saat Hinsdustani (1969) - which was a flop, along with 12 of his next films. However, he preserved and believed in his abilities enough to give his first hit as a lead actor in 1973’s Zanjeer. The film not only garnered him a lot of attention, but it also gave him the famous title of Bollywoord’s ‘angry young man’.

Popularly known as the ‘angry young man’ of Indian cinema, Amitabh Bachchan is a living legend who is an inspiration for millions. His career as an actor has been captured on firm for four decades, as he transforms from a young newcomer in the industry to one of the most sought after actors in the country.

From his wax statues in Madame Tassuades to carrying the Olympic flame in London, he is one of the icons of India who can be an inspiration to anyone. His fame cis immeasurable and with no signs of slowing down - Bachchan is truly a personality to look up to. Here are 5 lessons that you can learn from him:




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