Veteran Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan, who is currently busy shooting for his upcoming film 'Brahmastra', recently discussed cinema and content with his director Ayan Mukerji and actor Ranbir Kapoor. The actor, who seemed to be much impressed by their 'thoughts' and 'modern outlook', took to his blog and penned a note praising the young talents. In the blog post, he revealed that he had a met Ranbir and Ayan for discussing their upcoming project and said that 'the young have some very special gifts and thoughts'. He further stated that he enjoyed their company as he had learned a lot of things from them.
In the blog post, he wrote, ".. and later time spent with Ayaan and Ranbir upstairs to talk BRAHMASTRa from the morrow together .. and to discuss film and content and cinema .. the young have some very special gifts and thoughts .. it is always a delight to be in their company .. to listen to drift in their modern outlooks and to be able to put across the point of 50 years in the Industry, its time changes and its development into the most powerful tools of influence ..so much to learn so much to accomplish so much to observe so much to self educate .. and the paucity of that ever timeless time machine .." (sic)
Meanwhile, on the work front, the eminent actor who recently featured in Vijay Krishna Acharya's 'Thugs of Hindostan' recently wrapped up shooting for 'Sairat' director Nagraj Manjule's debut Hindi film, 'Jhund’. The film is reportedly based on the life of Vijay Barse, the founder of Slum Soccer - in Nagpur. Big B shared a heartfelt note on completing the shoot.
Apart from 'Jhund' and 'Brahmastra', the 76-year-old will be seen in Sujoy Ghosh's 'Badla', a remake of the 2016 Spanish thriller film 'Contratiempo'.
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