Celebration of Amitabh Bachchan’s 80th Birthday with A Remarkable Memorabilia Art Exhibition in Mumbai

Amitabh Bachchan otherwise known as Big B is the legendary actor who has blessed Bollywood with his top-notch performances. His fans still get goosebumps remembering his famous dialogues or seeing his screen presence.

To honour him on his 80th birthday, the Film Heritage Foundation (FHF) collaborated with PVR Cinema and began an experience like never before. From 8th to 11th October in 18 cities of India, 11 blockbuster iconic movies of Amitabh Bachchan were premiered in the cinematic affair called ‘Bachchan Back to The Beginning’.

The brainchild behind this cinematic marvel was Shivendra Singh Dungarpur, the visionary founder of FHF. Along with this, a memorabilia exhibition for the actor was created by film historian, author, and memorabilia archivist SMM Ausaja in PVR Juhu, Mumbai. Previously, Ausaja put together exhibitions on Amitabh Bachchan to celebrate both his 70th and 75th birthdays.

Amid this renowned event, the highlights were rare vintage posters, original Shahenshah costumes, unseen shooting stills and select artworks. Mithu Biswas, a versatile artist, was granted a special chance to showcase her skill and love for Bollywood. Her dynamic and emotive representations of Amitabh Bachchan embellished the canvas, catching his look as well as the embodiment of his significant effect on Bollywood. Mithu’s fine art portrayed Bachchan as the “Badshah” of Bollywood.

The painting embody that a king of the chess is represented “Badsha” of Bollywood as Amitabh Bachchan. The painting was in acrylic on canvas medium. Mithu used texture and colour patches on the painting, mostly the blue and red colour dominated the canvas. And the Amitabh Bhachchan is laying down in front of the king which is a famous short of Deewaar film. The painting was seriously cherished by the viewer, specially the Bhachchan family.

What made this significantly more dreamlike was the presence of Abhishek Bachan, Jaya Bachchan, and Navya Naveli Nanda as special guests. Mithu had the pleasure of introducing her art before them, an encounter that without a doubt heightened her love for the family. This experience rekindles our love towards our beloved Amitabh Bachchan and our respect for his contribution to Indian cinema.

The four-day festival gained a lot of momentum because of his loyal fan following. It ensured that the legacy left by him could never be overtaken by someone else.

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