Abhishek Bachchan has been in the film industry for nearly twenty years. The actor has faced his lots of criticism, but, like most other celebs, he is frequently targeted by trolls in the era of social media. Abhishek has cleverly retaliated against trolls over the years, with a dash of sarcasm thrown in for good measure. The most recent incident occurred earlier last week, when a netizen taunted him with a meme regarding movie offers.
A Person on twitter mentioned Abhishek Bachchan in the meme, which poked fun at the entertainer’s cinematic career. “Sach hai na sir? @juniorbachchan,” the user tweeted. Abhishek, who has often dealt with haters with his witty wit, had the ideal humble reaction this time.
Abhishek explained that he was returning it to the troll and wrote, “Hey there, dude! Whatever you are…Be a good ONE,” as stated in your bio, is so true.”
As one user put it, “Netizens were also supportive of the actor.” “Abhishek, you are one of the most talented performers who is underappreciated. Please disregard the noises and continue your excellent work. Your critic will never comprehend the significance of a big heart and moral personality over financial achievement.” While another Twitter user offered encouragement, “Why should the son of a famous actor be another movie hero when he might simply be a good, loving citizen? More than any other type of person, humanity requires kindhearted individuals. Abhishek is a gentleman, and that is plenty for me.”
Abhishek Bachchan’s most recent film appearance was in Bob Biswas. He’ll next be featured in Dasvi, an adaptation of a Tamil thriller drama. Bachchan began acting in J. P. Dutta’s war drama Refugee in 2000, which was the fifth most grossing movie of the year. He went on to star in nearly a dozen movies, all of which were critically and commercially flops. His first financial triumphs were the action movies Zameen and Dhoom, which revolutionised his career chances in 2003 and 2004. Bachchan’s roles in the plays Yuva (2004), Sarkar (2005), and Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna (2006) earned him widespread praise, and he went on to win three straight Filmfare Awards for Best Supporting Actor.