Amitabh Bachchan’s powerful monologue in Anand Pandits Chehre speaks about doing JUSTICE and will give you goose bumps!

The legendary Amitabh Bachchan is undeniably one of the most popular and admired actors in Indian cinema, and this audience praise is proof of that. In the industry for more than five decades, every Amitabh Bachchan film is full of enthusiasm and devotion. How he manages to contribute his 110% in every role is a mystery to us. The actor’s most anticipated film “Chehre” was recently released in cinemas all over the country, and the audience could not resist appreciating his character. One such highlight is a monologue by Mr. Bachchan.

In this 2:13 minute video, Amitabh Bachchan is seen speaking about how Delhi’s acid victim went unnoticed without doing her justice and the accused enjoyed his life after being released on bail. The tears in Mr. Bachchan’s eyes while telling this story will tear your heart apart with thousands of “why?” He also talks about the fact that in many cases justice is not enforced. He suggests shaping justice so that the Indian army crosses all borders in order to take revenge on the terrorists.

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Throughout the monologue, he was very worried when he said that he was blindfolded to the idol of the goddess of justice and that he wants her to see, listen, think and speak. The line in which Mr. Bachchan says in his intense voice: “Insaaf Kagaz Ki Tukdo se nahi hota, Aapki kitabo se nahi hota, Adalat ki kalam ki sihayi se nahi hota… insaaf hota hai insaano ki dil par, unki toes par, unki rooh par… “you are sure to get goose bumps. That is the striking, provocative and effective monologue.

There’s a reason audiences of all ages love him and we’re pretty sure this monologue of his justified his audience’s love. Produced by Anand Pandit Motion Pictures & Saraswati Entertainment Private Limited, directed by Rumy Jafry, “Chehre” also stars Annu Kapoor, Krystle D’Souza, Dhritiman Chatterjee, Raghubir Yadav, Siddhanth Kapoor and Rhea Chakraborty. Chehre is in theaters now.

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