The actress shared her feelings on Twitter. She wrote, "(I'm) watching Trishul! Same mesmerising voice, same intense eyes, same killer gait, same attitude to die for continues even after 35 years," posted Khushboo on her Twitter page.
"Some people just never cease in creating the same impact as they did many years ago... (Amitabh Bachchan) continues to take my breath away," posted the actress. She started her career as a child artist with Hindi film The Burning Train in 1980.
Directed by late filmmaker Yash Chopra, Trishul also featured Sanjeev Kumar, Sashi Kapoor, Hema Malini, Raakhee, Poonam Dhillon and Waheeda Rahman.
Wife of Tamil director Sundar C, Khushboo has starred in over 200 films across all southern languages. She is currently involved in the role of a producer for home banner Avni Cinemax.
Khushboo is awaiting the release of forthcoming Tamil comedy Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru, in which she has played a cameo and has also jointly produced it with UTV Motion Pictures.