Amitabh Bachchan shares his thoughts on how artists live in fear
Amitabh Bachchan reflects on how people easily blame artists for non-performance
Amitabh Bachchan has opened up about artists' struggle and revealed how they live in fear.
Big B, in her latest blog, wrote people easily blame artists for non-performance.
He wrote: "It is the easiest task for the outsider to put the blame, non-performance, unethical attributes to the community of creativity .. but it is seldom understood what the ‘creatives’ go through in their quest to perform the creative.”
He further wrote: “most of the time created by someone else, who believes that you should be the person that shall justify it .. misery ..they live on assumption .. we live in fear .. our fear is not limited as assumed.”
“it has many facets which are unknown to the ones of many .. but who to and why waste valuable time in discussion .. take it, and leave it .. get on to the creative,” the Sholay actor continued.
The 80-year-old actor added: “Often the one that disagrees is also a creative .. imagine how much it takes to build antagonism .. to get sufficiently consumed by it to be in a situation to dart it off at the speed of an arrow through the bow .. or in greater terminology the bullet through the barrel of the gun .. dart it off used to understand the term better.”
“The board of darts arrow like at Fun Fairs, for hitting the bull's eye and winning that stuffed bear or animal of choice,” Amitabh Bachchan concluded.