Mumbai: Abhishek Bachchan made his debut in 2000 in the Bollywood industry and made place in the hearts of people by giving outstanding performance in the movies like ‘Guru’ and ‘Yuva’. But the actor strongly believes that one should not live in the past but think about the future and looking back is a sheer waste of time.
In an interview, the 40-year-old actor stated: “I don’t like to look back. It is a waste of time. It is better to look ahead and the new horizons you have set to conquer. If you keep looking over your shoulder, you are going to start moving backwards after a while. So don’t live on your past laurels. Look to the future and try to achieve new ones.”
However, the actor proved his mettle by giving hits like ‘Bunty Aur Babli’, ‘Dostana’, ‘Dhoom’ and has also done an outstanding job in ‘Main Prem Ki Deewani Hoon’ and ‘Drona’.
When the actor was asked that whether success and failure of his film affects him, to which he further went on to say that: “Of course it does. It is like your own creative baby. You work hard on a film. When it does well, it’s a great confidence booster. It’s an affirmation that your belief in working hard is correct and you are going in the right direction. If the film doesn’t do well…it tells you that you didn’t get it right and you have to try to get it right. So, it’s going to affect you both ways. Success and failure both affect you.”
By:- Prishita Rathi