Abhishek Bachchan has been trolled time and again over how his Bollywood career survives just because of his father’s connections and family ties. He made it clear previously that he has his own set of experience for struggles as others have. His father never picked up the phone to anyone, neither did he made a film for him.
Now, the actor is being recently praised for his work in Anurag Basu‘s dark comedy ‘Ludo‘. Abhishek Bachchan revealed that in his Twain decade long career he has never been someone with ego issues. He believes such conceit perspective destroy one’s work and never catapult the one. During an interview with an entertainment portal he stated that in such long and ongoing career, he never had apprehensions over sharing screen with other actors.
He further believes that being an actor everyone has to watch out themselves for the good and best to be done. For Abhishek, this comes from the mental strength to flourish in any industry. But unfortunately in case of actors, he claims that with no wonder it has been tagged as an actor’s ego most of the times. The actor who has been part of quite a few multi-starrer films says in case of sharing screen with other actors, it’s like survival of the fittest, there’s no insecurity it being the basic Instinct of human beings.
Abhishek is currently in Kolkata on the sets for his next film ‘Bob Biswas’, directed by Sujoy Ghosh’s daughter Diya Annapurna Ghosh. The self-contained film with a ‘Kahaani’ connection also stars Chitrangada Singh in the lead.