By Ankita Mukherjee Last Updated:
Abhishek Bachchan is a doting son to Amitabh Bachchan and Jaya Bachchan, a loving husband to Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and a darling dad to his daughter, Aaradhya Bachchan. He is a complete family man and is loved by all. He loves his family and his social media handle is proof of the same as he keeps on sharing pictures with his family members with sweet notes dedicating them.
There was a time when the Bachchan family had hit a rough patch and at that time, Abhishek was studying abroad. And in many interviews, he had shared the real reason why he had left studies and had helped his father during the financial crisis.
Recently, former union minister, Milind Deora shared an interview clip with Brut on his Twitter handle and penned a note dedicating Abhishek Bachchan. Deora even mentioned him being an underrated actor in Bollywood. He wrote:
"In case you missed it, sharing these words of wisdom from my friend @juniorbachchan. Bollywood's most underrated actor whose best is yet to come."
Immediately, the doting father, Amitabh Bachchan retweeted his tweet and wrote:
"Yo baby. That's the way we do it."
Well, the fans went crazy as soon as Mr. Bachchan retweeted his son's throwback video. One of the followers wrote "There are many good son, good husband, good father.. But #AbhishekBachchan ji is very rare combo of all with very important. Good star kid." While another one commented, "Proud Dad! He sure is a proud son."
In the interview with Brut, Abhishek Bachchan could be heard saying about the financial crisis that the Bachchan family had once faced. Talking about the same, he had disclosed:
"Well, truth be told, I left university, I was studying in Boston University. I had declared my major as liberal arts, and then I majored in performing arts. And I left my education because my father was going through this really rough time, financially. He had started this business called ABCLN."
Further in the conversation, he had added that he didn't think he was qualified enough to help his dad, but he had thought that was the best decision to make. He had said:
"I don't think I was qualified to help him in any which way, but I just felt that as a son, I needed to be around my father, and help in whatever way. So I left my college and came back. I started helping him in his company."
Well, it's clearly a proud moment for Amitabh Bachchan!