Abhishek Bachchan is one of the Bollywood celebrities who successfully battled COVID-19 this year. Besides him, his superstar-father Amitabh Bachchan, wife Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and daughter Aaradhya Bachchan also won their battle against COVID-19 after they tested positive for the virus. Despite all this, Abhishek Bachchan not only resumed work, but also had multiple reviews this year, all of which received a thumbs up from the critics and the audience.
Recently, while speaking with Hindustan Times, the Ludo actor opened up about how the year 2020 was for him.
Abhishek Bachchan Opens Up About The Phase When He Battled COVID-19
The actor told the tabloid, "I was more filled with concern for my family than anything else. My father (Amitabh Bachchan), wife (Aishwarya) and daughter (Aaradhya) got it too, thankfully the rest of the family did not. Obviously, you're concerned about your loved ones and want them to be alright. There'd little that you can do I've to thank all the doctors and nurses who cared and worked so hard. I never actually had time to sit and contemplate. At that time, energies and concentration is all on your loves ones. After recuperating, I was back to work."
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Talking about the year 2020, the actor said, "I'm very grateful that I got to do some work and it released. I'm grateful to makers, the cast, and obviously above all, the audience. You feel very blessed and lucky. At the end of the day, we work for the audiences, for their acknowledgement and appreciation. What more can you ask for, than you being able to do your job and them liking it? That's fantastic! Especially in these unprecedented times."
Abhishek Bachchan Talks About The Silver Lining In This Year
Abhishek Bachchan completed 20 years in the film industry this year. Speaking about completing this milestone in 2020, the actor told Hindustan Times, "I never thought of it like that, it just happened. I actually started working on Breathe in 2018, at that point of time, there wasn't any timeline as to when we'd release it. Incidentally, I also started working on Ludo that year. Once you make a film, there are so many other aspects that got for releasing it. After principal photography, there's a whole lot of post production, release plan, which we honestly don't have a say in. You leave it to the producers and studio. Is it more special? Now that you ask me, I'd put it that way, it was sort of a silver lining to this year."
Abhishek Bachchan recently resumed shooting for Bob Biswas, which is a spin-off of one of the characters from Vidya Balan's Kahaani. The actor has Kookie Gulati's The Big Bull up next for release.