How did Abhishek Bachchan learn biggest lesson of life
Actor Abhishek Bachchan, who spent his weekend attending a horse-racing competition, says he learnt the biggest lesson of his life while taking riding sessions.entertainment Updated: Dec 26, 2011 18:48 IST
Actor Abhishek Bachchan, who spent his weekend attending a horse-racing competition, says he learnt the biggest lesson of his life while taking riding sessions.
"When I was a kid, I used to go to Juhu beach along with five-six other children to learn riding. The first time I sat on a horse, the horse threw me off... My trainer asked me to immediately go and sit again on the horse and said that if you don't go and sit now, the fear will reside inside you and you will never be able to ride a horse. That was one of the greatest life lessons you can ever have," the 35-year-old actor said here at the Mid-Day Trophy horse-racing event Sunday.
"If you fall down or something you don't achieve, get back and keep riding because that is the only thing that will give you the confidence," he added.
Abhishek admits the lesson helped him while he was trying to get a foothold in the industry.
"Sometimes your films don't work, the first thing you do is to get back in front of the camera to keep the confidence going and to have the belief," said Abhishek who debuted with Refugee in 2000 but had to wait for four years to taste success with Yuva and Dhoom in 2004 - both the films wowed critics and moviegoers.
His prominent films include Phir Milenge, Bunty Aur Babli, Sarkar, Guru, Dhoom 2, Dostana and Paa. Abhishek has three big films in his hand- Bol Bachchan, Dhoom 3 and Dostana 2.
However, right now he is busy promoting Players, which is coming to the theatres on January 6. It also features Bipasha Basu, Bobby Deol, Sonam Kapoor and Neil Nitin Mukesh.