Friday, March 18, 2011

Bachchan family at the forefront of tax filling बच्चन परिवार टैक्स भरने में सबसे आगे



Bachchan family at the forefront of tax filling 
Mumbai. Between tax evasion and black money reports the good news has come from Bollywood.In the case of income tax filling Hamesh Bollywood is the next.This year, the Bachchan family, Bollywood actors behind the other, leaving an annual tax paid is Rs 37.55 crore.

According to sources, Bachchan family entertainment Uhog the family has become the most to do. The family had a great 2010-11. Last year, several films released to every member of the family. So Amitabh, Abhishek and ऎshwarya joint income was much higher. The three go together in March 2011 of Rs 37.55 crore, full income tax. Bachchan family's honesty is a lesson for those tax evasion.

Noted that 18 million before Akshay Kumar, Hrithik, Shah Rukh 15.10 million and tax of Rs 14 crore was full. 



Hindi
बच्चन परिवार टैक्स भरने में सबसे आगे
 

मुंबई। टैक्स चोरी और काले धन की खबरों के बीच बॉलीवुड से एक अच्छी खबर आई है। आयकर भरने के मामले में बॉलीवुड हमेश ही आगे रहा है। इस साल बच्चन परिवार ने बॉलीवुड के अन्य कलाकारों को पीछे छोड़ते हुए 37.55 करोड़ रूपए सालाना टैक्स अदा किया है।

सूत्रों के अनुसार बच्चन परिवार मनोरंजन उघोग में सबसे ज्यादा कर देने वाला परिवार बन गया है। 2010-11 इस परिवार के शानदार रहा। बीते साल परिवार के हर सदस्य की कई फिल्में रिलीज हुई। इसलिए अमिताभ, अभिषेक और ऎश्वर्या की संयुक्त आय काफी ज्यादा हुई थी। इसके चलते मार्च 2011 में तीनों ने मिलकर 37.55 करोड़ रूपए का आयकर भरा। बच्चन खानदान की यह ईमानदारी टैक्स चोरी करने वालों के लिए एक सबक है।

उल्लेखनीय है कि इससे पहले अक्षय कुमार ने 18 करोड़, रितिक 15.10 करोड़ और शाहरूख ने 14 करोड़ रूपए का आयकर भरा था।

Thank you so much for your generous wishes to Shweta


Jalsa , Mumbai       Mar  17,  2011     Thu  11 : 13 PM
First off … thank you so much for your generous wishes to Shweta. I have insisted that she reads the blog and all the responses to get a gist of how much she is loved. Else I threatened her that I shall copy all of them and email it to her … which would be an exercise in itself … but then …
And tonight I wait … awake again for the midnight to wish Shweta’s husband Niky a happy birthday for the 18th !! They are both the same age … Niky a day younger ! So wishes to him and glory and happiness for their life together.
And Moses from Israel sends me a photograph of Abhishek and me during one of our earlier visits to the erstwhile Soviet Union, now Russia. And we have sat together and reminisced those days spent and all the thoughts of the visit and in particular little incidents that occurred during our stay. One that stands out most on seeing this picture is that soon after, Abhishek was besieged by an entire bus load of Russian girls, who insisted he gave them his autograph !! Ha ! And he did ! And felt very important while it all lasted. If I am not mistaken it was his first ever autograph. Neither he nor I did ever imagine that he would join the movies and be doing this act on a daily basis !
I am greatly taken up also in todays comments by Satyam, who has as always, raised very pertinent observations, on the death of ‘characters’ in the movies by the ‘actor’ that plays them. Its a good observation and one that deserves greater attention. I am not prepared yet academically to give it due response, but it is something that draws my attention and I would like to dwell on it in the days to come. How the character in film leaves lasting impression of the actor involved and when the actor shifts his ‘loyalties’ to another character in other film and set up, how the identity of the previous lives on after. And if he or she does not adhere to the characteristics of the one that has a strong identification, what effect it has on the viewer ! Very interesting !
To me it justifies a kind of betrayal to the fan or the audience, if we have not complied with certain traits that have left a strong indelible impression on the mind of the fan or viewer. I felt ‘Nishabd’ in more recent times challenged me as an actor, and I believe it provoked me enough to delve into areas where I had not been and that it gave me an opportunity to go beyond what I had been doing earlier. But … one sentence from a die hard fan got me thinking on why the film failed. There was another recent reaction to it from a dear lady friend of mine in journalism, and I shall talk about it someday, but that one obtuse reaction was equally alarming.
The wife of the DOP on the film, a very generous and committed fan of my films, on coming to know from the publicity, that it was a story of a 60 year old that fell in love with someone 18, simply refused to go to see the film ! Her argument. How can Amit ji do something like this ? How can he fall in love with a 18 year old !! It was not the name of the character that was falling in love. It was Amitabh Bachchan for her. And that is where all debate and discussion can begin.
“Ram Gopal Verma’s film Nishabd (2007), delves into the web of dark obsession where
Vijay (Amitabh Bachchan), an older man falls for his daughter’s eighteen-year-old friend Jia
(Jiah Khan). The film was a box office flop. It had to be. No wife would take her husband to
see this kind of a story. No point giving the old geezer ideas. No young people want to see
the potential of their father’s misbehaviour. No man could admit to his family he wanted to
see it. Sad, because it is an important film. It is a deep, serious work of art wherein the riveting last scene,
Vijay explains to his wife’s brother, Shridhar (Nassar) what stops him from killing himself,
even though he has lost everything. Every day, he drives to a cliff and stands at the edge and
contemplates jumping to his death. In a heart-breaking performance, Vijay (Amitabh) says:
Aisa nahi hai ké mai marné sé darrta hun. Parr socha ké uské yaadon ké saath
kuch din aur jee lu [it is not as if I am afraid of dying. But then I think, just to be
with her memories, I could live for a few more days].
When the camera pans to his brother-in-law’s face, there is no judgement or reproach
in his eyes. Instead, there is a look of recognition between two men of the dark state
of being. Two raw nerves touching delicately, in an almost shared anguish but too
awkward for one man to comfort the other.”
This above piece from Madhu Trehan a senior respected journalist, studied the craft from Columbia Univ., NYC, sister to Aroon Purie, owner and Editor in Chief of INDIA TODAY, India’s Time magazine and running AAJ TAK and Headlines Today Tv channels. Madhu is married to Naresh Trehan, one of the top most cardiac surgeons of the country, also trained and studied in NYC.
Satyam’s claim that his identification with a Vijay or an Anthony or a Heera and then their subsequent ‘death’ in most other films of recent release, has caused a dilemma, or an absence, that the fan or the audience may not necessarily want to appreciate. He could be right. And it could in a sense explain why certain films of certain actors that have adhered to what the audience expects from them, have always succeeded and why when they have done something ‘different’ - another misnomer in our Industry jargon - they have failed, despite their legendary box office legacy !
Which then leads us to, whether you weigh an actors capability by large box office bonanzas, or those delicate ‘artistic’ films where he has given perhaps sensitive performances, but, because of poor sales at the counter, has not fallen within the radar and scope of his assessment as a performer, simply because many people never got to see it. We shall continue to talk about and laud the Sholays and Amar Akbar Anthonys and Muqaddar Ka Sikandars of the world, but seldom speak about those delightful films of Hrishikesh Mukherji - Bemissal and Jurmana, which to me were very exciting and challenging as an actor !
So …. the debate continues … and more time shall be spent on it later perhaps ..
For the moment it is past 12 and the wishes to Niky have been conveyed and I must now listen to the wishes of my body which insist I lay it to rest ..
Good Night ! Shabba Khair, Shubha Ratri …
Amitabh Bachchan
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I needed to wait till it struck 12 midnight and the day changed


Jalsa, Mumbai      Mar  16/17 , 2011     Wed/ Thu  12 : 42 AM
I needed to wait till it struck 12 midnight and the day changed from the 16 to the 17 th , my daughter’s birthday !!
Yes … Shweta born in 1974 on March 17, celebrating her birthday with her family in Delhi, now a married woman with two children of her own ! Difficult to imagine that this podgy little bundle, with the quizzical expression on her face at most times is now into her 37th year …
Just seems like yesterday .. ah ! cliched …. that I had rushed from Bangalore, yes in those times it was still Bangalore, from the shooting of Sholay, to be at Breach Candy Hospital just in time for the birth. And I walk past her picture in Jaya’s arms on the landing on my way up to my work place from where I communicate to my EF, and smile at her dainty frock and playful smile as she looks at the camera and then turns at her Mother’s cheeks with her fingers, tiny, round and bewildered. Hah !
So many of us wish that they be frozen at that time and age ! For them to remain in that cute cuddly stage and never grow up !
Its been attention children from the very morning today. Sadly not in the same circumstances, as we talk now. The morning papers carried a heart wrenching photograph of a small cute Japanese child in the Mother’s arms, getting a test done for radiation, after the disaster that occurred there, a few days ago. And the expression of wonder on the child’s face was just impossible to bear for long. The misery that has befallen and the manner in which we see visuals of the locals showing such great resilience is incredible. What can one say at moments like this ? Except express our prayers and sympathy and do whatever best we can to aid those in need, by contributing generously towards their cause.
Time constraints prevent me from writing at greater length. And really, the moment we talk or express about the horrors in Japan, one just does not wish to say any further. It almost seems impertinent to be addressing something else. Gives a feeling that we are unconcerned about the issue. We are certainly not. But somehow our activities to any other just seems out of place. And so for today dearest ones, I shall refrain from any further discourse !
My love as ever …
Amitabh Bachchan

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