Actor Amitabh Bachchan. (File Photo: IANS)
Actor Amitabh Bachchan. (File Photo: IANS)

There is a lot of aura surrounding the Bachchan family, but megastar Amitabh Bachchan says he does not find anything special in the way they conduct themselves.

In an interview with PTI, Bachchan speaks about his family, son Abhishek, granddaughter, Panama Papers controversy and working with Ram Gopal Varma again on “Sarkar 3″.

Here are the excerpts:

Q-We often see the Bachchan family together at the screening of films be it of Abhishek or Aishwarya. Do you critically analyse each other’s work within the family?

A-We are ordinary beings and we conduct ourselves ordinarily. Yes, just as any other would discuss a film, we as a family often do similar.

Q-Abhishek has successfully diversified into numerous things beyond his core competency of acting. To you, is he an actor first or an entrepreneur?

A-To me he is my son first and last. His core competency, his diversified fields, are added attractions and accomplishments for me.

Q-How does Jaya react to the work that you do today? Is she impressed?

A-At times… Not always…!!

Q-We have been hearing about your granddaughter Navya Naveli Nanda getting into films. Is she inclined towards joining the film industry?

A-That news is incorrect. She is busy with her advanced studies just yet, having recently graduated from school.

Q-You would be teaming up with Ram Gopal Varma for “Sarkar 3″. Can his slide be arrested and do you feel he has it in him to come out with another critically acclaimed work?

A-Every individual in the film world has been through these so called ‘slides’. The slides that you observe on the playing fields of children in a park are a good symbolic example. When the kid slides down one of these contraptions, he or she reaches the ground and gets up, he doesn’t disappear into the earth below.

Ram Gopal Varma is a most noteworthy talent and has given us some very valuable iconic films. I enjoy working with him. Whether the work that I do shall succeed or achieve critical acclaim is for the audience to decide. .