Abhishek Bachchan was to debut alongside Dilip Kumar in 1998, says, “It never got made” – Exclusive | Hindi Movie News

Abhishek Bachchan is going all out with the promotions of his next, ‘Ghoomer’, wherein he plays the role of a cricket coach. Walking down memory lane, the actor reminisced his initial days in the industry and how he had a tough time landing his debut movie.

“I had been trying to sign a film for 1-2 years but I was not able to convince anybody to cast me. And I remember one day my father had to go for Filmfare awards, and he asked me to come along with him.

I didn’t have any appropriate clothes for awards show so I wore my sherwani from my sister’s wedding. I went to the Filmfare awards and I remember J.P. Dutta won Best Film for Border,” shares Abhishek.
And that appearance earned Abhishek his debut movie. Recalls the actor, “Dad and I were sitting in the front row and that’s where JP saab saw me. That time he was planning to make a film called ‘Aakhri Mughal’. A few days after the awards show, he came to our house and told my father, “I saw Abhishek that day and I liked his look and I think he’d be very good for the role”. Unfortunately, that film never got made. It was meant to be with Dilip Kumar and me. Instead, he came up with the story of Refugee and we did that. I was signed for my first film but it never got made.”

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