Popularly known as the angry young man of Bollywood, mega star Amitabh Bachchan although has crossed his youth, but he can still relive the 'angry young man' inside him if any film demands.
"With time you have to change. You don't have the same temperament that you had when you were in school or college. That is not to say that it is lost. If there is anger to be depicted in a film, I can still do it. It depends on the characterisation that the director or the story demands," said Big B.
Amitabh Bachchan who has given scores of block busters in his over four decades of running Bollywood career still feels very excited to go to the shooting sets. "I enjoy the fact that I have to get up and go to work. In fact, I become restless when there is a holiday. I don't know whether to spend time with family, play games, write, read, watch TV or what. Sometimes, it is a boon to be occupied and I am happy with that," asserted the 71 years old young man.
Amitabh Bachchan who is all set with his upcoming movie Bhoothnath Returns says that he is very fortunate to have been offered almost all kinds of roles. "As you age up you can't be playing the romantic hero anymore. There obviously are more character-driven roles and I am just very fortunate that all kinds of roles are coming my way," said Amitabh.
Amitabh Bachchan's next flick Bhoothnath Returns happens to be a satirical movie which reflects the dirty political system of the nation. The movie Bhoothnath Returns directed by Nitesh Tiwari will release on April 11.