Amitabh Bachchan has wished Dharmendra, who is all set to make his
television debut with India's Got Talent. Big B feels that the
latter does not require anything to impress the audience, as he has
the charm in himself.
The actor said, "Dharamji is like my elder brother and he has
always treated me like his younger brother. I am thankful to him
for all his love and affection. As he is making a debut on
television I wish him all the luck and lots of love,"
"Dharamji is Dharamji...he does not require anything to attract
the audience he already has this charm in himself," Big B said.
Dharmendra will be seen as one of the judges in India's Got Talent
third season alongside Sonali Bendre and Kirron Kher
The legendary actors worked together in the cult classic
Sholay in the year 1975. They also featured in Chupke
Chupke and Ram Balram.