Actors Ajay Devgn and Abhishek Bachchan, who are busy promoting their upcoming film Bol Bachchan, visited the Hindustan Times House on Wednesday afternoon, along with the film’s director, Rohit Shetty. Talking about the film, Ajay said, “Expect a lot of dhamaal, masti and complete entertainment.”
Rohit, as a filmmaker is know to blow up cars in his films. When asked if that too is the case in his new venture, he revealed, “Yes, we have blown up cars, but in this film, we have gone a step ahead and even blown up buses!”
Speaking about juggling Bollywood and being a father to his 7-month-old daughter Aaradhya, Abhishek said, “If you are a parent, you would know 24 hours is not enough to spend with your child.” The actor also clarified the reason for his absence on Twitter. He said, “I have stopped tweeting because people thought I only tweet when my film is about to release.
I have been silent as a lot of people think I talk a lot. Also, I want to check if Twitter actually makes a difference to a film’s collection. But, if you are missing me, I will start tweeting from Monday.”
The trio also visited Chandagiram Akhara in the city, where Ajay, who plays a pehelwan in the film, presented 200 liters of milk, when he got to know that six wrestlers will represent India at the London Olympics, later this month.