Abhishek Bachchan is completing his twenty years in the Indian Film Industry at the end of June and is currently riding high on nostalgic tides. Junior Bachchan, coming from a filmy background, is known to share a lot of anecdotes yarning around shoots, film making and behind the scene incidences, which gives us a sneak peek of life that stars’ live.
Now, Abhishek shared with us another hilarious tale from his childhood when he was thrown out of his father’s shoot meanwhile, talking about how his 2011 movie ‘Bas Itna Sa Khwaab Hai’ came into existence.
In a long note along with a motion picture, Abhishek tells us how as five years old, Goldie Behl and he happened to come across fake swords on the set of ‘Pukar’, breaking up the props and eventually getting thrown out of the set.
In his long note, he also wrote how this incident changed their lives and encouraged both of them to create a film together as he added: “19 yrs later we made our first film together.” on his social media post.
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#RoadTo20 The year- 2001 #BasItnaSaKhwaabHai Two childhood best friends who wanted to make a movie together ever since they were thrown off the set of their fathers film for breaking the props because as a 5 yr old and 6 yr old we got excited seeing fake swords on set. The movie was #Pukar and @goldiebehl ‘s father ( the great Ramesh Behl) was the Director and my dad the lead. During the climax shoot in Goa we chanced upon the fake swords and started playing with them and then eventually breaking them. We were promptly sent back to the crew hotel. 19 yrs later we made our first film together. @goldiebehl @srishtibehlarya @amitabhbachchan