“Temperament… No not at all. I have known him all my life and I have done two films with him and he is never like that. He is opposite…he is very entertaining, he is a great pleasure to be around. He is full of life,” Abhishek said.
“I have seen him and I have never heard anyone complain about his temperament. It is an asset to have him on set,” he said. Rishi and Abhishek will be seen as father-son in Umesh Shukla’s ‘All is Well’.
On his equation with his real-life father megastar Amitabh Bachchan, Abhishek said, “My equation hasn’t changed. We were as friendly as before. We don’t have that traditional baap-beta kind of relationship, we are buddies and we have always been like that.”
“It was great fun working with her. She is a friend and I enjoy working with her. She is a fine actor. Last time she was my sister (in a film) and now she is opposite me. We had Supriyaji (Supriya Pathak), Zeeshan (Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub) and Chintu uncle (Rishi Kapoor), we had a wonderful cast,” he said.
The family drama film directed by ‘Oh My God‘ fame director has a social message, which the ‘Guru’ actor is not keen to divulge. The film is scheduled for release tomorrow.