Years after, Bollywood's yesteryear angry man, Amitabh Bachchan will be seen doing action sequence in his home production Bbuddah Hoga Tera Baap. Amitabh accepts that he has been missing the thrill of punching and kicking while doing a film.
The 69-year-old actor wrote in his blog, “I had not punched, kicked or walloped a guy in ages! At least not in the past 15 years or so. But finding myself in those climes for 'Bbuddah...', I must admit I was really missing something."
Amitabh added, "Its nostalgic to be in the presence of action directors again...had not been there for years...homesick for it!!"
Explaining his experience after doing a fight sequence, Amitabh wrote, "The stride has been firmer, the heart pumping the blood through the veins as rapidly as one would imagine and that strange feel of having conquered all, fills me up with enthusiasm, hope and a brighter tomorrow. There is a strange connect in this and I sometimes wonder why the earlier films got the kind of attention they did when they did."
Bbuddah is being directed by south director Puri Jagannath. This film will be Amitabh Bachchan's second home production after the film Paa, which won the National Award and was showered with great critical acclaim. Big B played a progeria patient, Vidya Balan played the role of his mother and Abhishek Bachchan as his politician father.