AB says it is good to ac­cept crit­i­cisms

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New Delhi: Be it his movies or en­dorse­ments, Amitabh Bachchan is known to ex­per­i­ment with dif­fer­ent char­ac­ters — whether it is es­say­ing the role of a friendly ghost in Bhooth­nath (2008) or play­ing a child suf­fer­ing from proge­ria in

Paa (2009). Here, the se­nior ac­tor talks about his cri­te­ria for sign­ing films, how we can en­sure a safer environment for women, and more. While your open let­ter to your grand­daugh­ters Navya Naveli and Aarad­hya Bachchan im­pressed many peo­ple, some were of the opin­ion that it had a pa­tri­ar­chal tone.

“No one is per­fect, and crit­i­cism is al­ways wel­come and ex­pected. The let­ter was in con­so­nance with the essence of my lat­est film, and it may sound that way, but I think when you see it, you will ap­pre­ci­ate that the other as­pect has also been ad­dressed.” Times of In­dia

Amitabh Bachchan.

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