Abhishek Bachchan is very mindful of the films he picks and chooses to do. Over the past couple of weeks, Junior Bachchan has shared many posts about his career in the Hindi film industry. Abhishek recently completed two decades in Bollywood. The Bol Bachchan actor is also set to make his digital debut recently in Amazon Prime Video's Breathe- Into the Shadows. The actor plays a distraught father as he goes on a hunt to find his missing daughter.
Now in a recent interview with Hindustan Times Abhishek has said that he has evolved a lot in the last two decades. The actor said that he watches all his old films to reflect and learn from them. He said, "I don’t like my work. When I review my work, I find many flaws that need to be rectified. I am not the person who says ‘well done, good job’, I find flaws everywhere. I think there is room for improvement.”
The Ravan actor added saying, "I watch my films almost daily, and I make several notes about how to improve. What is nice is if I go back and review my notes about a film I have seen several times, they keep on changing. This is good news because this means I am evolving as an actor."
Meanwhile Breathe- Into the Shadows also stars Amit Sadh, Nithya Menen, and Saiyami Kher in pivotal roles. On the film front, Abhishek Bachchan has various films he will begin work on after lockdown ends. These films include The Big Bull and Bob Biswas.