The 73-year-old actor, who will next be seen in 'Te3n' also starring Vidya Balan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui, said not good actors, but plot of the film makes it a success.

When asked how confident he is about the box office prospects of 'Te3n', Bachchan told media,

"Unfortunately, with all due respect, power house actors do not always guarantee box office success; the story and content of a film do. The film world is filled with many examples of such anomalies."

Having worked for over 45 years, the 'Piku' star feels there is nothing he finds negative about the film industry.

"There is no 'worst' and the 'best' is that it (industry) gives me the opportunity to be in front of a camera, to fulfill the requirements for my bread and butter," he said.

In his career Bachchan has not only achieved immense success, but has been appreciated for the novelty he brings through his work even at this age.

"I am unable to understand the surprise or perceived surprise on the fact of my continuing to work at this advanced age. I would wish to continue working as long as my body responds to the necessary requirements in my profession," he said.

Surprisingly, the 'Shahenshah' of the Hindi film industry doesn't celebrate success.

"Success for me in my work, in these days and times, is remote. When it does come, it humbles me and presents to me the possibility of another job," he said.

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