Friday, January 23, 2009

To The Big B

I read Amitabh Bachchan's blog on & off. Moonshine has a direct link to his blog on hers. He rambles on and on and on. The last post I read was about how the media twisted his 'Slumdog' comments out of context, then Anil Kapoor called from Slumdog's India premiere to talk to him and AB asked to speak to Danny Boyle, which AK promptly arranged for. Then AB spoke to DB and explained what he meant, on which DB had a hearty laugh and they promised to meet each other the next time DB is in India. Then back to media bashing on how they troubled him first on the Bofors issue, then during his son's marriage, and then during the 'farmer' issue etc etc. In short, he rambles about irrelevant stuff.

Ofcourse, he has the right to ramble endlessly (Freedom of Speech be evoked), and I have the choice not to read his blog. Which is all well-understood & well-taken. I'm not challenging his fundamental right to ramble at all.

All I'm saying is, he seems to be losing it. And it's painful to see! It's painful to see one of your favorite actors lose it & make a semi-mockery of himself. As my ex-roommate, who is a BIG BIG fan of Amitabh Bachchan, says: "The Bachchan family has lost all their equity which they had built up so laboriously over all these years, and has started acting in a demented fashion ever since Abhishek Bachchan decided to marry the dumbf**k he's married to!"

I'm going to go with that explanation :) Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is definitely the reason Amitabh Bachchan has started rambling. Afterall, isn't she spotted spending more time with him than with Abhishek Bachchan? Ah, it makes so much sense now!

Ramble on, Mr Bachchan. It's not your fault.


The knife said...

you have been prolific today :)

his are some of the pettiest blog posts that I have seen

Scarlett said...

Oh, I was feeling lazy today. Didn't feel like going out, except to the gym. So wrote about many small/random things in one post, then broke them into separate posts.

As for AB, I'm actually quite tired of his diplomacy. No person can be nice & diplomatic all the time, as he is. It's definitely a put-on.