Amitabh Bachchan, who turns 80 on the 11th of next month, has revealed the secret of his continuous work on the trailer of his new film “Goodbye” here. He said, ‘I am getting work, it is satisfying. But the work that is getting done never gives satisfaction and should not get satisfaction from the work. Because, if this happens, then the opportunity to learn is reduced. I am still learning a lot today.
Like Akshay Kumar, Amitabh Bachchan’s films Danadan are also releasing this year. After ‘Chehre’, ‘Jhund’ and ‘Runway’, Amitabh Bachchan will be seen in ‘Brahmastra’ this week. After this it is the turn of ‘Goodbye’, ‘Aachai’ and ‘Ganpat’. Amitabh Bachchan says, ‘This is not a new thing. Even in our times, sometimes eight to nine films were released in a year. There were a lot of restrictions because of Kovid. The release of many films was stalled. Now all the films are releasing slowly so it seems that I am doing a lot of films.
Amitabh Bachchan has had Kovid twice in the last two years. He says, ‘If I want to say goodbye to anything from my life, it is Kovid. Today if I am getting work even at this stage of age. I consider it my good fortune.’ He said that every juice of life should be enjoyed. Talking about the funeral of his babuji, he said that he was very disappointed that day. According to Big B. ‘I also had a friend with me. Seeing me disappointed, he said that you should be happy that you lived with your babu ji for 60 years, I could live with my babu ji only for 25 years.
Describing it as important to spend time with family, Amitabh said, “Give maximum time to your family and parents because after their departure, never regret that if they had stayed for a few more days, I could have done something for them.” ‘ He says, ‘Family is the most important thing in the house. Spending time with them, talking is slowly coming to an end. All you journalists also work hard. I say do any work during the day but when you come home in the evening, sit and eat with the whole family. Talk to them.
Rashmika Mandanna, Neena Gupta, Sunil Grover, Pavail Gulati, Producer Ekta Kapoor and Director Vikas Bahl were present during the trailer launch of the film ‘Goodbye’. Amitabh Bachchan attended the event via video call and answered media queries.