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‘Bol Bachchan’ Is The Most Difficult Film Of My Career : Abhishek Bachchan

Abhishek BachchanAbhishek Bachchan is at the moment gearing up himself for the promotional activities of his upcoming film ‘Bol Bachchan‘ which is all set to release on July 6. The actor is playing a double role of Abhishek Bachchan(character) and Abbas Ali in the film.

This is the first time in his career when Abhishek is playing a double role in any film and the actor found it very challenging.

“That is one of the reasons why I said yes to the film, because I knew it would be very exciting. I was fascinated that I would get to play two very different characters in the same film,” said Jr.Bachchan.

Talking about his characters in the film, he says they both are extremely different characters and it was difficult for him as an actor to keep them separate.

“Both Abhishek and Abbas Ali have unique characteristics. They couldn’t overlap in any which way. Keeping the divide was difficult. They are poles apart. They are not identical twins with similar traits. I have literally played two separate characters,” insists Abhishek.

He further adds that ‘Bol Bachchan’ is the most difficult film of his career. “I can’t name any actor who’ll say no to this film. The only place where I went wrong is that I thought I would have a breeze making this film. Instead, it turned out to be the most difficult film of my career,” tells he.

Apart form Abhishek Bachchan, ‘Bol Bachchan’ also features Ajay Devgan, Asin Thottumkal and Prachi Desai in the leading roles. The film is directed by Rohit Shetty.

 

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