Amitabh Bachchan reveals his iconic Deewar look was a result of a tailor’s mistake. Remember Amitabh Bachchan’s denim blue shirt from the 1975 movie Deewar tied up with khaki pants and a rope hanging from the shoulders? Apparently, the look that became a national trend was the result of a wardrobe malfunction.
Late on Monday night, Park Chan-senpai recalled the first day of filming for Deewar, revealing that it was the result of a mistake by the tailor who actually sewed the costume.
Park Chan shared a photo of himself on Instagram, saying, “At that time my friend .. a shirt with a knot .. the story .. the first day of filming .. getting ready to shoot .. the camera soon.
the fact that the shirt was made too long found Over the knee. The director couldn’t wait for another shirt or a replaced actor. .. so tie it in a knot… ”
Deewar is played by veteran director Yash Chopra, with actors Shashi Kapoor, Parveen Babi, Neetu Singh, and Nirupa Roy playing pivotal roles. The story of the film was written by Salim-Javed. The actor, who has dominated the industry for over 50 years, has taken on many iconic roles and continues to delight fans by bringing a variety of characters to the screen with great charm and virtuosity.
At the job site, Amitabh Bachchan resumed filming after the second wave of Covid-19 in India. A few weeks ago, Chan Park wrote on his blog, “My entire shooting unit, which is going to start working on my movie ‘Goodbye’ a few times, has all been vaccinated in production and extreme precautions have been taken.
All set rooms are sanitized after a short break, and those with job reports are tested before entering the studio. And random tests are performed every other day. Infected people are immediately blocked and sent to their homes or hospitals.” GoodBye, starring Rashmika Mandanna, is conducted by Vikas Bahl.
Park Chan is also awaiting the release of ‘Jund’, a sports film based on the life of Vijay Barth, founder of NGO Slum Soccer. Directed by National Award-winning film director Nagraj Manjule. In addition to this film, Bollywood’s Shehenshah can also be seen in Rumi Jaffrey’s Chehre, Ayan Mukerji’s Brahmastra, and The Intern’s Hindi remake.