Actor Abhishek Bachchan says he would be happy with whatever career his daughter Aaradhya would choose in the future. A few hours ago, Abhishek treated his fans and followers to a question and answer session on Twitter, where a user asked the actor if his daughter would contribute to Bollywood to continue the 'Bachchan trend'.
He replied, "I would like my daughter to do whatever she chooses to do and whatever she loves to do. As a kid I was told to do what made me happy and I want her to do what makes her happy. Whatever it is I will be happy."
Read Below, Abhishek's Other Candid Replies About Aishwarya, Aaradhya & Much More..
Q. Which Habit Of Aaradhya Do You Like The Most?
A: I think she gives the best hugs when I come back home. So, yeah, I guess running up to her parents when she sees us after a long time and greeting us, that would be my her favourite habit.
Q. Aaradhya Or Aishwarya, Whom Do You Love More?
A: "I love both equally. You can't choose between your wife and your daughter. So I love both equally."
Q. When Did You See Aishwarya Rai For The First Time?
A: I remember very vividly, the first time I saw and met Aishwarya. I was a production boy for my father's film Mrityudata, scouting locations in Switzerland and she was shooting with my friend Bobby Deol for her first Hindi film in Switzerland and I remember they were shooting for a song sequence at a train station and that's where I first saw her and met her."
Q. Your First Childhood Love?
A: Undoubtedly, it's Zeenat Aman...the best!
Q. What's Challenging? A Good Father Or A Good Husband?
A: Just be a good person. I think that's the most important. Don't worry about if you're good father or good husband or good son, just be a good person!
Q. What's Your Favourite Movie Of Jaya Bachchan?
A: I think she's such a wonderfully gifted actor. So, there are lot of films of hers that I like very much. Abhimaan would definitely be one, Guddi of course her first film.. Jawani Diwani was lot of fun but one film of hers that I can watch over and over again is Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham."
Q. In Which Standard Is Aaradhya Studying?
A: She's in lower KG.
Q. Any Plans To Make A Sequel To Guru?
A: "A sequel to Guru...Although I'd love to work on the character again. I'd love to work with Mani Ratnam and Aishwarya, R. Madhavan, Mithun Chakraborty, Vidya Balan and entire team. But I don't think there would be a sequel."
Q. What's Your Plan For Aaradhya's Future?
A: Well, I think as any parent, I would want my daughter to be educated as well as possible and that's it and after that, it's up to her, what she does, how she does."
Another user asked the Housefull 3 star about how difficult it is to perform when the world's benchmark for comparison is his father and Megastar Amitabh Bachchan.
"I think it is very important to have high standards... So I think it's not difficult, but a matter of great pride and huge inspiration for me," replied the 40-year-old.
Would he like to work in a Tamil film, asked a fan. "I have been ready for 16 years...I am just waiting for the opportunity," he said.
Abhishek also shared that he would love to work with actor Saif Ali Khan. "I think Saif and I would make a very cool buddy kind of a film," he added.