Abhishek Bachchan who set his foot in Bollywood with Refugee went on to do some hit films like Bol Bachchan, Bunty Aur Babli, Dostana, Dhoom, Housefull 3 and more. However, after featuring in many movies, he said that he doesn't like his work. This was the answer when he was recently asked to pick his favourite films in a 20-year long career while talking to a portal. He also revealed that he sees flaws in his work and wants to rectify them.
While speaking to Hindustan Times, he was quoted saying, “When I review my work, I find many flaws that need to be rectified. I am not the person who says ‘well done, good job’, I find flaws everywhere. I think there is room for improvement." He also mentioned that he makes a note of it and as it keeps changing, he says that he is evolving as an actor, “I watch my films almost daily, and I make several notes about how to improve. What is nice is if I go back and review my notes about a film I have seen several times, they keep on changing. This is good news because this means I am evolving as an actor.”
Speaking of the same, Abhishek Bachchan has been sharing glimpses of his films along with a long note that speaks about his experience and the film. He recently shared the picture of completing 20 years and said that 'Time flies when you’re having fun!' He started his note with, "#RoadTo20 Today, 20 years ago JP Dutta’s Refugee released. Marking the introduction of yours truly and @kareenakapoorkhan into the world of films. Your first film is always most dear and special; Refugee was no different. An amazing experience!"
His note even mentioned, "Surviving 20 yrs seems unimaginable. The best part is, I feel like I’m just getting started. I have so much more to prove. So much more to do and I can’t wait.... However, none of this would have been possible without my family! They have been my inspiration, my strength, my silent support and my “raison d”être”"
Image source: Instagram/ Bachchan
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