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It’s
not
easy
to
carve
your
own
path
when
you
have
one
of
India’s
legendary
actors
Amitabh
Bachchan
as
your
father.
There’s
a
fear
of
constantly
being
under
the
illustrious
person’s
shadow
but
Abhishek
Bachchan
isn’t
the
one
who
will
give
it
up
so
easily!
His
mantra
of
‘slow
and
steady
wins
the
race’
has
earned
him
loyal
fans
who
stood
by
his
side
through
thick
and
thin.

He
is
one
of
the
few
actors
in
the
tinsel
town
who
has
never
shied
away
from
shedding
his
vanity
to
take
up
challenging
roles
which
push
him
out
of
his
comfort
zone.
A
quick
look
at
his
two-decade
journey
and
you’ll
realize
that
he
is
one
of
the
most
underrated
actors
who
has
always
delivered
a
remarkable
act
whenever
the
writing
and
the
execution
has
been
right.

Amitabh Bachchan Reacts As Milind Deora Calls Abhishek Bachchan 'Bollywood's Most Underrated Actor'Amitabh
Bachchan
Reacts
As
Milind
Deora
Calls
Abhishek
Bachchan
‘Bollywood’s
Most
Underrated
Actor’

Off
screen,
Junior
Bachchan
never
fails
to
amaze
us
with
his
witty
comeback
to
trolls
who
never
miss
a
chance
to
take
a
dig
at
him.
Not
just
in
reel,
Ab
Jr
is
Mr
Cool
in
real
as
well.

Abhishek Bachchan Recalls Being Rejected By Many Directors Before His Debut; 'It Has Taken A Lot Of Heartache'Abhishek
Bachchan
Recalls
Being
Rejected
By
Many
Directors
Before
His
Debut;
‘It
Has
Taken
A
Lot
Of
Heartache’

As
Abhishek
Bachchan
turns
46
tomorrow
(February
5),
we
bring
you
a
list
of
some
of
his
most
memorable
performances
which
left
us
asking
for
more.

Lallan Singh (Yuva)

Lallan
Singh
(Yuva)

Abhishek
Bachchan
as
the
crude
street
thug
Lallan
Singh
delivered
a
charismatic
performance
in
Mani
Ratnam’s
Yuva.
Right
from
the
simmering
anger
to
the
violent
streak,
the
actor
got
it
bang
on
right.

Rakesh Trivedi/ Bunty (Bunty Aur Babli)

Rakesh
Trivedi/
Bunty
(Bunty
Aur
Babli)

As
the
smooth-talking
conman
Bunty,
Abhishek
Bachchan’s
Bunty
has
a
charm
of
its
own.
Also,
his
chemistry
with
Rani
Mukerji
was
all
things
fun.

Shankar Nagre (Sarkar)

Shankar
Nagre
(Sarkar)

Abhishek
Bachchan
captured
the
sobriety
and
intensity
of
his
character
Shankar
Nagre
with
ease
despite
sharing
screen
space
with
one
of
India’s
legendary
stars
and
his
father
Amitabh
Bachchan.

Gurukant Desai (Guru)

Gurukant
Desai
(Guru)

A
landmark
film
in
Abhishek
Bachchan’s
career,
the
actor
silenced
all
his
naysayers
with
his
bombastic
performance
in
Mani
Ratnam’s
Guru
which
was
loosely
inspired
by Dhirubhai
Ambani’s
life
story.

Sam (Dostana)

Sam
(Dostana)

Abhishek
Bachchan
along
with
his
partner-in-crime
John
Abraham
gave
us
the
word
‘bromance’
in
this
breezy
film
which
also
gave
a
glimpse
of
Priyanka
Chopra’s
‘desi-ness’.

Beera Munda (Raavan)

Beera
Munda
(Raavan)

While
the
film
failed
to
make
a
mark
at
the
box
office
with
its
wafer-thin
plot,
Abhishek
Bachchan
did
receive
some
rave
reviews
for
his
portrayal
of
a
bandit
leader.

Robbie (Manmarziyaan)

Robbie
(Manmarziyaan)

As
the
silent,
brooding
potential
match
Robbie
who
doesn’t
mind
waiting
for
his
‘love’,
Abhishek
Bachchan’s
Robbie
was
a
perfect
foil
to
Vicky
Kaushal’s
wild
child
and
Taapsee
Pannu’s
liberated
girl
act.

Hemant Shah (The Bigg Bull)

Hemant
Shah
(The
Bigg
Bull)

Abhishek
Bachchan’s
earnest
bull’s
run
was
the
only
saving
grace
in
this
Kookie
Gulati
directorial
which
crashed
down
upon
its
OTT
release.

Story first published: Friday, February 4, 2022, 13:10 [IST]


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