Abhishek Bachchan is all set to complete twenty years in Bollywood. He started his career with 2000 film Refugee and the rest, as they say, is history. As a countdown to celebrate his 20 years, he has been sharing anecdotes about each of his projects, and recently he shared a little memory about his film Bas Itna Sa Khwaab Hai. In the ode to the film, he talks about his relationship with his childhood friend Goldie Behl and how they were thrown out of the sets of the film Pukar that his father, Amitabh Bachchan was acting in and Goldie’s father Ramesh Behl was directing. At 5 years and 6 years, they had got excited about the fake swords on set and went on to play with causing them to break. As you can imagine they were reprimanded and send back to the crew hotel. 19 years later, Goldie Behl and Abhishek collaborated to make the film Bas Itna Sa Khwaab Hai.
View this post on Instagram
#RoadTo20 The year- 2001 #BasItnaSaKhwaabHai Two childhood best friends who wanted to make a movie together ever since they were thrown off the set of their fathers film for breaking the props because as a 5 yr old and 6 yr old we got excited seeing fake swords on set. The movie was #Pukar and @goldiebehl ‘s father ( the great Ramesh Behl) was the Director and my dad the lead. During the climax shoot in Goa we chanced upon the fake swords and started playing with them and then eventually breaking them. We were promptly sent back to the crew hotel. 19 yrs later we made our first film together. @goldiebehl @srishtibehlarya @amitabhbachchan
We hope these two best friends come back to make many more movies together. I absolutely love these posts that Jr. Bachchan has been sharing and can’t wait to hear all about many more such incidents.