In a career spanning over four decades, Big B has delivered power packed performances in blockbusters like 'Deewar', 'Zanjeer', 'Don', 'Sholay', 'Namak Halal', 'Abhimaan', 'Baghban', 'Black', 'Paa' to name a few.
The 72-year-old actor has been honoured with Padma Shri, Padma Bhushan and Padma Vibhushan for his contribution in the field of arts. "I do not aspire to achieve the super-stardom that my father has achieved... Nobody can or should aspire for that as it is not achievable.”
"He (Amitabh) comes once in a lifetime, that's it. It is better to accept and move on. He is like sun... Make your own minuscule space under the sun," Abhishek said. Amitabh will be seen next in Bejoy Nambiar's 'Wazir' in which he is playing a paralysed chess grandmaster alongside Farhan Akhtar and Aditi Rao Hydari.
Abhishek, 39, said it is inspiring to see his father reinventing himself despite being a veteran. "I haven't seen the film yet... I have seen the teaser and liked it very much. It is fantastic. Even at this age he has managed to reinvent himself and that is talent. He has always done wonderful films," Abhishek said.
The 39-year-old actor, who has completed 15 years in Bollywood, said he has learnt a lot from the failures in his showbiz journey. "It has been 15 years and I have enjoyed and learnt a lot. I have learnt everything from my journey of 15 years. The journey should be educative.
Abhishek's upcoming projects include Umesh Shukla's 'All is Well', 'Hera Pheri 3', and 'Housefull 3'.



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