13 Years of Black: Amitabh Bachchan shares Dilip Kumar’s letter of appreciation, calling it the ‘greatest compliment’

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One of the most coveted films of Amitabh Bachchan’s career has been Black. The Sanjay Leela Bhansali masterpiece had the megastar as Debraj Sahai, an alcoholic teacher who comes as a ray of hope in the life of blind, deaf and mute Michelle McNally played to perfection by Rani Mukerji. The actor’s performance was a powerful one and he even won the National Award for the same. The film won a total of 11 Filmfare Awards. Today, Black was released in 2005 and Amitabh got very nostalgic about the same. He posted a series of tweets about it talking about the awards and magician Sanjay Leela Bhansali.

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T 2604 - .. and the accolades for the film BLACK and the recognition never ever fades .. humbled honoured and blessed .. national award and many others .. Salman and Hollywood actor, too .. and the family at the National Awards .. they the best

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T 2604 - 13 Years of BLACK .. and the greatest compliment from my idol Dilip Saheb, Dilip Kumar - Yusuf Khan ! .. the history of the Indian Film Industry shall always be referred to as '.. before Dilip Kumar; and after Dilip Kumar ..'

He also revealed his biggest compliment, a letter from his idol Dilip Kumar. The thespian has written how the performance was inimitable and how upset he was to know that it missed the Oscar nomination. He writes how Big B deserves the coveted award over everyone else.
Black is one of the more heart-warming films of Bhansali. When it released, everyone was taken by the amazing cinematography of the film and the sets. It also brought a lot of appreciation for child actor Ayesha Kapur. Stay tuned to here for more updates….
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