Despite being in the film industry for over five decades, megastar Amitabh Bachchan felt fear and apprehension as he began shooting for his upcoming film titled MayDay. The veteran actor opened about his experiences in his blogs on Wednesday.
Sharing a bunch of photos of himself arriving at work, Bachchan wrote that starting new ventures are a nightmare and the apprehensions and fear of nothing going right plays havoc.The script lying beside attracted the actor’s attention and it looked like he would have another sleepless night.
The actor said he wants to run away from it all and just hide in some oblivion and never appear again. But such is the profession and such the demands that he had to adhere to the conduct needed and in code of conduct, he stumbled along irrespective. Commenting on his own pictures, he said the pictures might not give away the anxiety but it was prevalent as he arrived to set up the shots and do the blocking as it is referred to in the modern day terminology, which he was so alien, added the actor.
Further, he went to say that being 79-year-old and in the 52nd year in the film business, it shows not in its comfort, but in its discomfort. The actor then yearned for prayers, strength, the kind needed some of the very own Ef. He signed off the post saying retired, long may the impotency of content live.
Bachchan has also shared similar sentiments on Instagram. In his Instagram post, he wrote, petrified and in constant apprehension. Soon after, actor R Madhavan left a quick comment on his post, saying that if he was still feeling the fear then hope he does too. Sharing his own feeling, Madhavan said that he had forgotten to wear any clothes on the first day of shoot and that people would finally figure out that he didn’t know how to act at all.
Meanwhile, the film Mayday is a thriller drama helmed by Ajay Devgn. Besides Amitabh Bachchan, Rakul Preet Singh and YouTuber Ajey Nagar, who is popularly known as CarryMinati, will be seen in the pivotal roles in the film.