After the success of Manmarziyaan, Abhishek Bachchan again highlighted in the public as he emerged out as the best actor in the film. Manmarziyaan has him as a Robbie who fell in love with Rumi (Tapsee) and deals with the love triangle. The film-like Manmarziyaan always needed an actor like Abhishek Bachchan who can pull off the character like Robbie. But for a longtime Abhishek Bachchan faces the hate reactions from the people out there on the twitter who trolled him for his unsuccessful career in Bollywood.
In a conversation at Jagran Film Summit, Junior Bachchan opens up about the tough times he’s been gone through. He shared an incident which shook him to the core and embarrassed too. It was the incident when Abhishek Bachchan visited outside the cinema hall to see the people’s reaction to his film Shararat in 2002. Which turns out to be the most drastic day for him.
He said, “It was a tough time. I had once gone to Gaiety Galaxy to see how my film (Shararat) was doing; a lady came out and slapped me and said you’re embarrassing your family’s name, stop acting. Thankfully, I’m able to laugh about it today, but at that point, it was not a very good feeling.”
But, the actor is now smartly playing with his haters and bullies and shunned them as they continuously hit him for his acting skills. During the release of Manmarziyaan, everyone appreciates Abhishek Bachchan for his role, but a twitter handle asked him to leave the industry and start selling vada pav.
To which the actor has replied very smartly. Every day there are people on twitter who trolled Abhishek Bachchan on the name of acting skills or nepotism.
Abhishek Bachchan is one of the good actors in the industry and one should not be blamed for the failure of any film as there’re many reasons which affects the film’s success.