Entitled 'B Seventy', the two-day exhibition will feature artwork created by 70 Indian artists from around the world, offering their interpretation of the veteran actor and his career, The Times of India reports.
Piyush Pandey, who devised the concept for the exhibition with Jaya, said: "Each piece of art that you will see in this book, is a tribute to Mr Bachchan by some of the greatest artists of India. Each piece of art carries a little bit of their heart. Each unfurls a layer of the multi-layered personality of Mr Bachchan."
The artwork has been compiled and published in a book offering insight into each of the paintings and the artist's interpretation of Bachchan. The exhibition includes works by artists such as Anjolie Ela Menon, Akbar Padamsee, Badri Narayan and Satish Gujral.
A preview will be held at the Nehru Centre Gallery on Amitabh's birthday and all proceeds from the exhibition will be donated to a charitable cause.
The actor recently said that while he has conceded to his family's wish to celebrate his birthday in grand style, he regards it as just another day.
Aamir Khan is among the actors, dignitaries and politicians who will be attending a formal dinner in honour of Amitabh.