Abhishek Bachchan is all set to foray into the digital world with the second installment of the web-series Breathe. As he is gearing up for the release of the series, Abhishek Bachchan recently spoke about the project and also the self-imposed 'no-intimate scene on-screen' policy that he follows. While we had heard about Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan's no kissing on-screen policy, Abhishek Bachchan has taken up this oath to not go overboard when it comes to intimate scenes in a film as it will make his daughter Aaradhya Bachchan uncomfortable.
Abhishek Bachchan, in an interview with Rajeev Masand said that he would not do anything that will make his daughter Aaradhya question 'what's going on'. He was quoted saying, "There are certain kinds of films and scenes I’m not comfortable doing anymore. I would not want to do anything in which my daughter would feel uncomfortable or something that she’d question me about, saying ‘hey what’s going on here?’”
He further said, "I’m thankful for it, because as it is, I was very uncomfortable doing romantic scenes. So I’m not comfortable doing any intimate scenes, and I’d rather not. I say that to my directors before signing on, that if there’s a scene which has a lot of physical intimacy, that’s something I’m not willing to do, so you have a choice."
Abhishek Bachchan also revealed that he has lost many projects because of this, but he does not regret his decision at all. He stated that if the intimate scene is an integral part of the director's storytelling then he happily bows back and exits the venture. He said, "No regrets, because I had a creative point of view, and the producer-director have a creative point of view, and they didn’t want to compromise on that and I completely respect that, and it’s perfectly fine.” (Also Read: Abhishek Bachchan Has A Special Request For Perfectionist Aamir Khan- Read To Find Out)
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