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There’s an old saying that ‘Mothers are the best gift of God to mankind’. Imagining a world without mothers not only gives us jitters but is simply unimaginable. The love and warmth that a mother shares with her kids are non-comparable. From managing the whole house, catering to the needs of the professional front to managing her family, it is only a mother who does everything with perfection without even complaining. One such doting mother is Jaya Bachchan, who shares a warm bond with her kids, Abhishek Bachchan and Shweta Bachchan Nanda. (Recommended Read: Monali Thakur Reveals How Her Beau, Maik Richter Was Thrown Out Of The Country On Their Wedding Day)
Her doting son, Abhishek Bachchan too, who never skips a chance to shower love on his mother. Recently, in his Instagram post, he has talked about the experience of working with his mother for the first time in a film.
On June 12, 2020, Abhishek Bachchan took to his Instagram handle and posted a beautiful video remembering the beautiful year, 2002 of his acting career. In the animated video, we can see the posters of the movies he did that year but the actor picked the film, Desh as the highlight of 2002. The reason behind this is slightly special for the actor as he had shared the screen for the first time with his mother and actress, Jaya Bachchan. Narrating the story of his experience, Abhishek Bachchan wrote a long caption that can be read as “Year- 2002 A year of many firsts!!! But the top would be getting to be part of a film with my mother. Desh was a Bengali film she was acting in (directed by Raja Sen). I was in Kolkata for a function when she called me and asked me to visit her. She was shooting near Siliguri in West Bengal. I did. And ended up doing a small cameo as her on-screen son. The other would be, being directed by one of my acting teachers, my guru. @anupampkher Om Jai Jagdish was Anupam uncle’s 1st film as a director. He helped me immensely in “opening up as an actor” and shedding my “awkwardness”. One of the best teachers I’ve ever had!”
Over the years, Abhishek Bachchan has expressed his immense respect and gratitude towards his mother, Jaya Bachchan, who has been with him in his life’s most important moments. However, the actor had revealed in his interview with the Hindustan Times that his mother gangs-up with his wife, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan whenever he fights-up with his wifey. He had revealed, “Ma and Ash gang up against me and they keep rattling on in Bengali. (Laughs) Mom knows the language because she is Bengali and Aishwarya had worked with Rituda (the late Rituparno Ghosh) in Chokher Bali, so she also can speak the language quite well. So whenever they have to team up against me, they start talking in Bengali.” (Don't Miss: Asin's Daughter, Arin Is The Cutest 'Wizard' Of B-Town, No Wonder Her Superpower Is To Make Us Smile)
Well, there’s no doubt that Jaya Bachchan shares a beautiful bond with her daughter-in-law, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and we have seen them praising one another in tons of interviews. But there’s one incident that holds a special place in the heart of Aishwarya and the fans of this saas-bahu duo. During the Filmfare Award ceremony, Jaya Bachchan couldn’t stop praising her daughter-in-law, Aishwarya as she had welcomed Aishwarya in her family in the most endearing way. Mrs Bachchan had remarked, “Today I’m going to be a mother-in-law all over again to a wonderful, lovely girl, who has great values, has great dignity and a lovely smile. Welcome you to the family. I love you.” Jaya Bachchan’s speech had left Aishwarya teary-eyed! Take a look at the throwback video: (Also Read: Amitabh Bachchan's Reply To Shah Rukh Choosing AbRam and Aaradhya As Next 'SRK-Kajol' Is Hilarious)
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