Rakeysh Mehra's autobiographical movie to be acted by Abhishek Bachchan.
Abhishek and mother Jaya will make their first big screen appearance together.
Abhishek will host an exclusive dinner for selected platinum credit card members of "American Express".
Abhishek has a niece named Navya Naveli and a nephew named Agastye born to his sister Shweta Nanda.
Abhishek and wife Aishwarya travelled to Europe for their honeymoon.
Abhishek been a playback singer in Bluffmaster and Dhoom.
Abhishek became a maternal uncle in 1997, when his married sister, Shweta Nanda, gave birth to a baby girl.
Abhishek has a younger sister named Shweta Nanda.
In 2004 for the film Yuva he earned himself the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor.
Abhishek practices Hinduism as a religion.
Abhishek in 2002 was engaged to Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor, they separated a short time after.
Abhishek began his schooling at Bombay Scottish School, continued at Jamnabhai and finished studying at Aiglon School in Switzerland.
He is the son of Bollywood legend Amitabh Bachchan and Jaya Bhaduri.
He made Bollywood debut in Refugee.
Abhishek Bachchan weds fellow Bollywood actress, Aishwarya Rai (Miss World 1995) on April 20, 2007 in Mumbai, India.
Abhishek: I am what I am because of my surname.
Abhishek: (about working with his father) I am stunned and speechless. I tend to freeze or fumble before him. Watching him work is a revelation in itself.
Abhishek: (about his appearance in "Salaam Namaste") Hey. I don't do guest appearances! I wasn't a guest in Hum Tum. I'm not a guest in Salaam Namaste. I don't believe in them. It's highly immature. There's something detached about the term. It's almost like you're doing the film a favor when in fact I chose to be in Salaam Namaste because I wanted to be in it. I come in as a surprise.
Abhishek: I am so nervous when I'm around Dad. I can't even look at him!
Abhishek: If I come from a privileged family, it does not mean I cannot understand that character.
Abhishek: Every actor wants to be famous and people must admire the work of an actor. Obviously, I am enjoying the fame conferred on me.
Abhishek: It's not about being Mr. Popular, it's about doing what you think is right. I like to believe I am able to do that.
Abhishek: It is very difficult to prioritise a film. I cannot do it. I cannot and I will never be able to do that.
Abhishek: Hits and flops are not in my hand. We do our job to the best to our ability and leave the rest to the audience. Whatever the audience decides, we humbly accept it.
Abhishek: I love dancing, but I am not very good at it.