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We Bachchans don’t fight in public: Abhishek on ‘scuffle’ with Aishwarya

Actor Abhishek Bachchan talks about his equation with wife Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and refutes rumours that they had a fight during a red carpet event.

bollywood Updated: Jun 20, 2016 16:44 IST
Subhash K Jha
Subhash K Jha
Hindustan Times
Abhishek Bachchan,Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,Sarbjit
Actor Abhishek Bachchan says he is very proud of wife Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s performance in her recent movie, Sarbjit.(AFP)

If there is a more devoted husband in the film industry than Abhishek Bachchan he would be hard to find. Almost 10 years after marriage Abhishek continues to be unconditionally supportive of his wife and her career decisions.

Recently there were reports of a public tiff between the couple at the premiere of Aishwarya’s film Sarbjit.

Abhishek laughs off the rumours. “Sorry to disappoint those who are looking for juicy gossip.We are very happy together. So far sooooo good, touchwood.”

Read: What makes Aishwarya and Abhishek Bachchan a successful couple?

The proud husband just can’t stop preening over Aishwarya’s performance in her latest film, Sarbjit. “When I saw the film I was so moved, I couldn’t move. The sheer audacity of attempting a film on a subject so complex and layered left me overwhelmed.I was bowled over by the film and by Aishwarya’s performance.”

Actor Abhishek Bachchan says those looking for gossip will be disappointed as all is well between him and wife Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. (AFP)

Cutting short all talk of a public tiff with his wife at the premiere Abhishek laughs, “We Bachchans don’t fight in public. I walked away from her side so that he media could interact with her uninterrupted. After all it was her evening and her moment of glory. I was there just to support her.”

Abhishek can’t stop admiring his wife for handling her home and career so well. “She is all there for our daughter and still able to give a hundred percent of herself to her career. Only women can be multi-taskers in the purest sense.”