Mumbai, Jan 28: Amitabh Bachchan-Raakhee starrer “Kabhie Kabhie” completed 40 years and the megastar says people still request him to narrate the title track. Bachchan, 73, who played a poet in the film, said he is missing the ethereal beauty of Kashmir and the company of extraordinary colleagues. “40 years of ‘Kabhie Kabhie’…!
And the strains of the music the poetry of the lyrics, the ethereal beauty of Kashmir and the company of extraordinary colleagues… And they still want to hear me recite the poem ..!! Strength of cinema!,” he wrote on social media. Directed by Yash Chopra, the romantic film, also starring Shashi Kapoor, Waheeda Rehman, Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Singh, was particularly noted for its soundtrack. (Also Read: 13 Bollywood Songs for Your Ultimate, Feel-Good, Non-Romantic Valentine’s Day Playlist)
“Collected, managed, sewn together, in a most alluring cinema experience… By the master of all that he did and make, Yash Chopra…” The “Piku” star said they shot the film in between the shooting of 1975 hit “Deewar”. “It came about in the middle of the making of ‘Deewar’… A month here and a month there and we were done.. None imagined that the makers and the artists involved in both the projects, could be so diverse in such short a time .. but he did it… Yash ji and Salim-Javed and the crew and cast of both the projects…”