More than Amitabh Bachchan, his son Abhishek is kicked about their next production venture Bbuddah Hoga Tera Baap. As a producer, the actor has been promoting Bbuddah everywhere he is going these days. No doubt, Abhishek loves the tag line and loves to use it more often in context to his film.
In a recent event when media compared Bbuddah’s promos with Dabangg, he flatly denied that there is any similarity. He further added that his father is the real Dabangg. He said, “As far I know, there’s only one original in Bollywood and that’s Amitabh Bachchan. No one can replace Amitabh Bachchan. Never, don’t even try.”
Abhishek, who was present at the DVD launch of Dum Maro Dum, entertained everyone by mouthing a few dialogues from Bbuddah. He said “Woh jaha pe khade hote hai line wahi se shuru hoti hai.” He admits only his father Amitabh says Bbuddah hoga tera Baap to him but when asked what his answer to the line is; Abhi quipped, “Mera Baap Buddah Nahi Hai!”
Media and fans have been waiting for this moment since long time. Bollywood too is waiting to see this historic moment when both Aishwarya and Salman Khan will come face to face.
The two are likely to meet at the extravagant wedding of Mallika Reddy, daughter of socialite s Pinky and Sanjay Reddy on June 10. Salman who is very close to the Reddy’s will definitely be in Hyderabad to attend the marriage.
Ash is also invited for the marriage, so whole of Bollywood is waiting to see the encounter.
Wonder what Abhishek has to say about all this?
The bubbly teenager, who started her acting career with ‘Chand Sa Roshan Chehra’ at the age of 13, became a star overnight following the release of ‘Happy Days’ (2007) in Telugu. It was the Dhanush starrer, ‘Padikkadhavan’, which helped Tamannaah overtake Nayantara in terms of Oomph quotient. Post ‘Ayan’ and ‘Paiyaa’, Kollywood has literally started dancing to the tunes of this Bollywood dropout.
Here are some hot snaps of the Punjabi kudi who will be seen next in Allu Arjun’s ‘Badrinath’, releasing this week