BOLLYWOOD SCOOP: Abhishek Bachchan Reveals He Dropped Out Of College To Help Amitabh Bachchan During Financial Crisis
Amitabh Bachchan, who was, is, and will consistently be the essence of the Bollywood Industry, has had his something reasonable of battles before he arrived at where he is today! Losing a couple of long stretches of his profession to sickness, disappointment, and monetary difficulties, Amitabh Bachchan ricocheted back without fail, and today he is one of the legendary and the most talented actor of Hindi cinema.
After right around four years of film industry disappointments, Amitabh Bachchan picked a semi-retirement when he turned producer and began his business, Amitabh Bachchan Corporation, Ltd. (ABCL) in 1996. In 1997, when Big B made a rebound with the film, Mrityudata, delivered by ABCL, it flopped monetarily and critically. At that point, ABCL turned into the principle patron of the 1996 Miss World excellence show, Bangalore, yet lost millions and it was trailed by fights in court and chapter 11 for Mr. Bachchan. With Yash Chopra’s Mohabbatein and Kaun Banega Crorepati, Big B rose to conspicuousness by and by, and from that point forward, there has been no thinking back for the entertainer, even at 78 years old!
Amitabh Bachchan’s son, Abhishek Bachchan revealed why he dropped from school as there was a money crisis in the family. In an interview with YouTuber, Ranveer Allahbadia, Abhishek talked about when he left his school at Boston University to help Mr Bachchan in their endeavor, ABCL. Abhishek said, “Well, truth be told, I left university — I was studying in Boston University. I had declared my major as liberal arts, and then I majored in performing arts. And I left my education because my father was going through this really rough time, financially. He had started this business called ABCL. I don’t think I was qualified to help him in any which way, but I just felt that as a son, I needed to be around my father, and help in whatever way. So, I left my college and came back. I started helping him in his company.”
In a meeting with Mid-Day, Amitabh Bachchan had once spoken about when he went to Yash Chopra, asked him for work and how he reimbursed his obligation of Rs 90 crores. Enormous B had said, “There was a sword hanging on my head all the time. I spent many sleepless nights. One day, I got up early in the morning and went directly to Yash Chopraji and told him that I was bankrupt. I had no films. My house and a small property in New Delhi were attached. Yashji listened coolly and then offered me a role in his film Mohabattein. I then started doing commercials, television and films. And I am happy to say today that I have repaid my entire debt of Rs 90 crore and am starting afresh.”
Amitabh Bachchan never leaves an opportunity to communicate how glad he is of Abhishek Bachchan and regularly gives pieces of evidence of how junior B is more similar to a companion to him. To check Abhishek’s 45th birthday celebration in February 2021, Big B had posted a picture with the caption, “”I lead him once… holding his hand… he leads me now holding my hand.” In the first picture from Abhishek’s childhood, Mr Bachchan can be seen leading his son, holding his hand and the second photo was a recent one, which showed the reverse. In March, Big B had dedicated an appreciation post for Abhishek and in a heartwarming caption, he had written, “When your Son starts wearing your shoes… and tells you which path to take… he is no longer your Son… he becomes your friend… All the best buddy… remember… WHTCTW.”