Abhishek Bachchan Says ‘The Audience Decides Who Gets To Work And Who Doesn’t’; Reveals Next Job Depends On The Viewers-Video
Abhishek Bachchan who is all set for his film Big Bull and series Breathe: Into The Shadows to release reveals how the audience matters the most as they decide who gets work and who doesn’t
Abhishek Bachchan has entertained all his fans with some stellar performances in films, with some of his recent one being in the Anurag Kashyap romantic drama Manmarziyaan. During the lockdown lately, Jr Bachchan is gearing up for the digital release of his film Big Bull and web series Breathe: Into The Shadows. As the actor recently completed 20 years of working in the films since his debut, he credits the audience for everything his family has today. The Big Bull star reveals how the audience matters the most as they decide who gets work and who doesn’t.
In an interview with Anupama Chopra, Abhishek Bachchan credited the audience for all that his family has today. After completing 20 years of working in the movie business, actor Abhishek Bachchan said, “Whatever my family is today, is because of the graces of the audience and in that sense, we’re all public servants.” Calling himself and actors as public servants, Abhishek mentioned that whatever his family is today is by the graces of the audience to watch their films.
The Breathe: Into The Shadows actor added, “We work for our audience, because they’re the ones who spend their hard-earned money to watch our films, so they decide who gets to work and who doesn’t and they are the only people who matter because they decide when they won’t buy a ticket and if they don’t buy a ticket, you won’t get your next job.” Abhishek mentioned how the audience is the only ones who matter as they decide whether an actor will get his next job or project. Watch Abhishek Bachchan talk about it from 0:32 seconds onwards in the video below:
Meanwhile, as Abhishek Bachchan got candid about the movie business, on completing 20 years after film Refugee release, he said that once in a while one must give himself a pat on the back and say ‘well-done kid, you’ve come a long way.’ The actor added that one must not complain about ups and down, should be happy about being given the opportunity and must not take it for granted. Also Read: Just Binge Session With Breathe's Nithya Menen: Lady Opens Up About Her First Meeting With Abhishek Bachchan - EXCLUSIVE
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