"You have transformed many lives, many mindsets," the letter reads. The letter says, "You have made girls strong, you have given them a reason to think about themselves, to love themselves enough to fight the odds in society
"I was asked if this was a deliberate promotional technique. You can look at it the way you want to. Shoojit (co-producer Shoojit Sircar) said then why don't we take the essence of the film and put it in the form of a letter and why don't you write it to your granddaughters," said Amitabh Bachchan
"At 74, beggars are not choosers. I get whatever comes to me. Fortunately they are stories that are commensurate with my age so I accept them. I need to work and I am happy to be working," he said
Don't listen to these people, is their grandfather's message. Don't listen to those who tell you "how to dress, how to behave, who you can meet and where you can go," writes the actor.
"I languish in lethargy these days, in the seeking of aloofness and the wealth and admiration of each letter written by my dear and loved Father. There is a desire to resign from life itself to dedicate whatever is left in the reading and writing to the rest of the world what his writing meant ," wrote Big B
"Through a certain period of time, I have been receiving dirty, filthy, abusive SMS messages on my personal phone. I attach herewith photocopies of my mobile screen containing the content that I speak about," Big B wrote in a letter to the police
On the day the advertisement appeared in the papers, Aishwarya and father-in-law Amitabh Bachchan were in Chennai to inaugurate a new showroom for Kalyan Jewellers
In the lengthy piece, Shenaz Treasurywala also writes about being sexually harassed herself
A unique genius. A man of immense letters, words, thoughts and several unknown deeds, born and brought up in extreme poverty, earning his living with Rs 20 per month and then creating some of the most extraordinary writings in literary India," Big B posted on his official blog
A letter written by noted Hindi poet and Ghazal writer late Dushyant Kumar in praise of Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan has been kept on display at a museum.