Not so long ago, it was reported that Amitabh Bachchan's granddaughter Navya Naveli Nanda's is desperate to join Bollywood. Recently, Big B was asked to comment on the same.
To which he told a leading news agency, "That news is incorrect. She is busy with her advanced studies just yet, having recently graduated from school."
In the same interview, Amitabh was asked that has he faced any professional difficulties after Panama Paper leaks, "I have not noticed any adverse effects. I would imagine this question would best be answered by prospective producer directors or production houses, clients that employ or deploy me as their product or campaign brand ambassadors, and TV production houses that select me for their TV shows. This is talking professionally," he said.
""Personally, when a controversy erupts we decide first, whether it requires clarification and secondly, if it receives notice from authorities and the establishment, we submit responses to their queries," he added.
"In the matter under question, I have voluntarily given first, public clarification via 3 statements which are all with the media, both print and electronic and have, on receiving formal notices and summons from the GOI (Government of India) Department, given my responses, and I shall continue to give my full cooperation to them," Big B said.
"My public statements have contained denials and the premise of the 'possible misuse of my name'. They have stated that all my investments and bank accounts overseas have been done through my tax paid money, under the LRS Scheme of the GOI, the information for which, has also been submitted in my yearly Tax returns to the IT Department. In any event, the press reports do not disclose any illegal act committed by me. The matter rests now with the GOI and they shall receive my fullest cooperation," Bachchan said.