Actor Saswata Chatterjee opens up on actor Abhishek Bachchan's replacing him as Bob Biswas in the film titled 'Bob Biswas'.
Abhishek Bachchan as ‘Bob Biswas’ may have had lost his memory, but the audiences still remember and miss the thrill of ‘Kahaani’, especially the dreaded ending. Here’s the entire movie review of ‘Bob Biswas’.
Here’s a quick recap of ‘Bob Biswas’ played by actor Saswata Chatterjee in the Sujoy Ghosh-directed ‘Kahaani’. The spin-off entirely on ‘Bob Biswas’s character will see Abhishek Bachchan play the titular character.
“Before discussing the topic and passing judgments, why not see the movie first, then decide. If the movie hasn't been made well, then 10,000 such allegations are justified and we will have to accept it,” said actor Abhishek Bachchan.
Even though Saswata Chatterjee was a Bengali actor with no prior experience in Hindi films, his character and performances were so well received by audiences across the country that it was only natural for him to be cast as 'Bob Biswas,' the character's face.
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