"If small screen made my younger brother Amitabh 'Big B' then I will become 'Darling D'," Dharmendra told reporters. Dharmendra will be seen judging the the third season of India's Got Talent along with actresses Sonali Bendre and Kiron Kher.
Dharmendra and Amitabh's association goes back to the days of film Sholay. Reviving the memory of the film, the actor made a dashing entry on the famous Sholay scooter with Sonali on pillion and Kiron on the side seat.
"Today the reach of small screen has become wider. It has been reaching the interiors of our country and we are getting talented people from every place," Dharmendra said. "A talent hunt made me who I am today so its my turn to help contestants in pursuing their dreams. I feel there is so much of talent in our country which needs to be exploited. I can empathise with their fear and apprehension as I have been a contestant in my life as well," he added.
The show India's Got Talent will be aired on Colors channel from July 29, and aims at finding the most talented person in the country.
Veteran actor Dharmendra, who will soon be seen making his small-screen debut as a judge of the reality show, India's Got Talent, views that television has made Amitabh Bachchan 'Big B' and now will make him 'Darling D' of the industry.