Abhi-Ash to team up for the seventh time!
Rajiv Menon's project would be Abhishek's seventh film with Aishwarya after Dhaai Akshar Prem Ke (2000), Kuch Naa Kaho (2003), Umrao Jaan (2006), Guru (2007), Dhoom 2 (2007) and Sarkar Raj (2008) and Mani Ratnam's next, Ravan.india Updated: Aug 24, 2009 20:58 IST
Abhishek Bachchan admits he is going to team up with wife Aishwarya Rai for Rajiv Menon's next project - a remake of the 1973 evergreen hit film Abhimaan. But Abhishek clarifies that it wouldn't be an exact copy of the film his parents starred in.
"Yes, Rajiv is a very dear friend. He directed Aishwarya earlier in the Tamil film Kandukondain Kandukondain. He approached us with a subject that isn't exactly a remake of Abhimaan. But it's very similar. We've both approved and attached ourselves to the subject," Abhishek told IANS.
This will be his seventh film with Aishwarya after Dhaai Akshar Prem Ke (2000), Kuch Naa Kaho (2003), Umrao Jaan (2006), Guru (2007), Dhoom 2 (2007) and Sarkar Raj (2008) and Mani Ratnam's next, Ravan.
For the moment, Abhishek's kitty is full.
"I'm also doing Rohan Sippy's next. We'll try to do something as different as Bluffmaster I'm also doing Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra's Paanch Kaurav with pa (Amitabh Bachchan)," he said.
He is also going to team up with Abhinay Deo who has just finished Imran Khan-starrer Delhi Belly.
"Yes, I'm doing Abhinay Deo's film. I've always been impressed by his ads. And when I heard he was making feature films, I was keen to work with him," said Abhishek.
In the last two years, he has worked with directors as diverse as Ram Gopal Varma, Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra and Mani Ratnam and says it has been a time of great learning experiences.
"Oh it was huge. My first release in 2008 was Sarkar Raj. I went on to Drona. I ended last year with Dostana. Then came Delhi 6. I had a wonderful time making all of them.
"I'm happy with the work I've done regardless of whether the film has been successful or not. The important thing is to enjoy the journey of making the film. Because that's all you finally take home. I look back with fond memories," he said.