While many of us believe that a star kid’s entry into the industry is a cakewalk, that is often far from being the truth. Abhishek Bachchan, for example, spent a couple of years being a production boy, prior to having his first break as an actor.
A decade back, in an interview, he went on to reveal how a number of odd jobs were to be done by him frequently. This included making tea and cleaning the floors of the studio. He was also a driver who drove for Arshad Warsi. This, despite the fact that Abhishek was born to the legendary Amitabh Bachchan. We’re pretty sure Big B was also in favour of his son having a fair share of struggle. After all, that’s how one makes it big!
Abhishek debuted with JP Dutta’s Refugee alongside Kareena Kapoor Khan, and while he wasn’t an overnight star, he decided to not give up when his initial films failed. In the same interview, he revealed how he would stick negative reviews of his films on the mirror and work on what the critics did not like.
The actor will be next seen in Anurag Basu’s Ludo, and Kookie Gulati’s The Big Bull.