Amitabh Bachchan turns quizmaster, asks fans to find fault
Mumbai: A mistake in a scene in 2005 film ‘Black’ is still weighing on Amitabh Bachchan`s mind, which no one noticed. Now he wants the audience to identify that mistake and inform him.
"For the `River to River` festival in Florence recently, the choice of the opening film was `Black`. I sat through it, and at every fault that I discovered in my work, I looked about to see if those that saw it with me saw it too...," the 70-year-old posted on his blog srbachchan.tumblr.com.
"The error that you notice remains, and bothers … but alas nothing can be done with it," he further posted.
Directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali, ‘Black’ revolves around a blind and deaf girl, played by Rani Mukerji, and her relationship with her teacher, played by Big B, who later develops Alzheimer`s.
"I made a horrible error on the dining table scene in `Black` and it haunts me till today. Though I am certain if asked none of you would be able to find out. Would you," wrote 70-year-old star, who played teacher Debraj Sahay in the film.
"Let us test your judgement! It`s the dining table scene, when the younger sister to Rani, announces her engagement, and Rani`s letter to her sister with whom she has a traditional sister-sister jealousy-cum-envy relation, gets up to give her speech and then Rani`s letter to her elder sister is read by Mr. Sahay ... ! What was the wrong that you noticed in my performance there??
"Love luck and happy viewing of `Black` again for the fault finding," Big B further posted.