Abhishek Bachchan when starting a trailer Netflix Mowgli: The Legend of the Jungle
In his more than a decade Bollywood journey, Abhishek Bachchan made a name with a filmography, consisting of films such as Refugees, Juva, Aur Babli Riots and GuruThe actor says that fame came with a price, and sacrifice in everything she does. Abhishek debuted in 2000 with the film refugee. Later he was seen in commercially successful films such as Juva, Dhoom, Guru, Happy New Year and Sarkar and the latest issue Manmarziyaan,
When asked whether he believes fame comes with a price, Abhishek told IANS here: “Of course, everything comes with a price. as simple as that, but it's beautiful and good. "
The actor also failed with films such as Prime Premier Ki Dievani Hun, Kuch Naa Kaho, Running and Naach,
Is he satisfied with his filmography?
“No, I do not think that any actor is pleased with his filmography. The tragedy of the filmography is that this is what happened in the past. You need to look at newer horizons, you need to look ahead … you need to continue to strive and improve yourself. Therefore, I do not think that any actor is satisfied. On that day, when the actor is satisfied, this is a kind of death of creativity within you, ”said the son of the megastar Amitabh Bachchan.
Raavan the actor said he was looking forward to what would happen next.
"I am very hungry … I am very happy to see what else can be done, how to explore new horizons."
Abhishek gave his voice to the character of Bagheera in the Hindi version of the upcoming Andy Serkis film Mowgli: The Legend of the Junglewhich will be released in a global release on the Netflix website on December 7th.
The actor said he used to do voice-overs, but this was the first time he baptized, and first discovered that it was difficult.
When asked if he was protected from his daughter Aaradhya, like Bagheera to Mowgli, Abhishek laughed and said: “Aaradhya is a lady, Bagira is a character who grows with you. When we were children, everyone loved Balu, because he was a loving love alone … Bagheera was serious …
“As children, you don’t treat him as much, but as you grow up you begin to understand the importance of the character. He is actually the anchor of Mowgli. He is the only character matures with you.
"The responsibility that he shares, his great love for Mowgli, which are the values that I love to share with him, is what I consider very relative … How he feels for Mowgli, and how he puts Mowgli before By myself, these are qualities, I Think, I have. I don’t know if it’s right to say if I share it with a particular person, but yes, these are good qualities. ”
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