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OMG! Abhishek & Aishwarya Rai Bachchan All Set For Their First Film Together Post Aaradhya's Birth!

Abhishek Bachchan reveals that he is planning to come along with wife Aishwarya Rai Bachchan for a film.

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Abhishek Bachchan & Aishwarya Rai Bachchan are one of the most loved pairs of B-town! The duo was last seen on-screen in Mani Ratnam's Raavan, which released in 2010. And if you are one of those who want to see Aishwarya-Abhishek back on-screen, we're giving you one big reason to rejoice!

In his latest interview, Abhishek expressed a wish to work with his beautiful wife Aishwarya Rai Bachchan once again. The Housefull 3 actor told, "I would like to work with her (Aishwarya). Like we have always said that 'Oh! we want to work together, so let's make a film'. You are talking about two individual actors, who individually like and want to do a script (together)."

Abhishek On Working With Aishwarya

Abhishek Bachchan further added that whenever the couple does find something, they would grab the opportunity. "As and when we find something, I am sure we will be the first people to jump on board," said Abhishek.

When Disturbing Rumours Hit The Couple

During the release of Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, rumours were rife that Aishwarya & Abhishek's relationship has hit the rock. But their adorable PDA moments at their Diwali bash were strong enough to shut all the gossipmongers!

Abhishek At Omega Event

Recently, Abhishek Bachchan being his dapper self, spotted at a special Omega event celebrating the Globemaster Master Chronometer and interacted to media about parenthood and how being a brand ambassador is a great responsibility.

Abhishek On Aaradhya

Abhishek married Aishwarya in 2007 and the two welcomed their daughter Aaradhya Bachchan in November 2011. He says parenthood is an 'instinct'. "The greatest thing about parenthood is that it's an instinct and it just happens naturally. You learn to cope with it in your own way. If anybody asks me about tips on parenting, I just say 'dont worry about it, it will come naturally to you'," said Abhishek, who is the face of the watch brand Omega.

'Parenthood Is A Joyous Time'

The Paa actor also said that parenthood is a joyous time for both husband and wife. "Obviously, when you bring a new life into the world you have responsibility towards that. But it's the most joyous time for any parent."

Abhishek On Endorsing Any Brand

At the same event, the actor told that he needs to believe what the brand stands for and wouldn't want to endorse something which he wouldn't personally use. "I wouldn't want to endorse a product which I would not personally use. If I don't use it personally and if I don't believe in the company personally, then it is incorrect and immoral of me to expect somebody else," he said.

'Being A Brand Ambassador Is A Huge Responsibility'

Asked if being a brand ambassador is a huge responsibility, Abhishek told, "Of course, it is. Here you have a brand which has approached you to be the face of the brand. It is your responsibility to represent your brand in a correct manner."

'We Have Been Together For An Entire Decade'

Abhishek also believes that a person endorsing a brand must also relate to it. "If I may be a bit critical, I think we have forgotten the way - especially when we have celebrity endorsers - what is the relatability? There has to be some relatability. I have never done a huge number of endorsements throughout my career and I'm very proud to say that my longest ever endorsement is with Omega. We have been together for an entire decade," said Abhishek.

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Abhishek Bachchan made his acting debut in 2000 and won hearts for performances in films like Guru and Yuva. But he says one should not 'waste time' living on 'past laurels' and should, instead, look to the future.

On asked how he looks at his 16-year-old journey in the film industry the-40-year-old told IANS in an interview, "I don't like to look back. It is a waste of time. It is better to look ahead and the new horizons you have set to conquer."

"If you keep looking over your shoulder, you are going to start moving backwards after a while. So don't live on your past laurels. Look to the future and try to achieve new ones," he added.

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