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For any actor, hit and flop films are the part and parcel of life. However, Abhishek Bachchan, the son of Indian cinematic icon Amitabh Bachchan reveals the darker side of what happens when any actor delivers a flop film!
He admits a flop doesn't leave one feeling good. "If we give a flop film, people stop taking our calls; then it does not matter whose kid you are. It's true that a flop is the worst feeling in the world and destroys you as a human being," said Abhishek.
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An ardent believer in the power of staying positive, Abhishek says, "If you want good things to happen in your life, you first have to believe good things are possible for yourself".
"Every actor is very emotional and so am I. I feel it's important to learn to see the brighter side of life, and possess a sense of humour for that. My sense of humour has saved me many times when I have felt low," the actor said.
"When you are low, you have to be very positive and think of the bright side. And I think I am a very positive person," said the husband of internationally known actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, with whom he has a daughter, Aaradhya.
Abhishek says he is not even affected by trolls on social media, which have often hit out at him for his movie choices.
"If you are present on a social platform, you are available to everything on it and that's fair. It's all in jest and for fun. I just feel that once in a while, it's nice to give back to them some of their own medicine. And it's fun, he said.
Inputs From IANS