New Delhi, Jun 8 (UNI) The latest film 'Sarkar Raj' has been surrounded by unprecedented hype largely because it is for the first time that three Bachchans - Amitabh, his son Abhishek and daughter-in-law Aishwarya - will be seen in the same frame.
For this superstar of the Millennium too , it is a matter of joy sharing screen space with his son and his world-famous daughter-in-law.
''It is always a joy'' being with Abhishek and Aishwarya in the same frame. In fact, it is always the case when we work with people we are comfortable with,'' Amitabh said in an interview to a private news channel coinciding with the release of his latest venture 'Sarkar Raj'.
Incidentally, 'Sarkar Raj' is the first film where Aishwarya feature along side husband Abhishek and father-in-law Amitabh (their earlier appearance together in 'Bunty Aur Bubly' was just for an item song 'Kajra Re').
Talking about the experience of working with Aishwarya, Mr Bachchan said, ''I found her very fit for the role, very competent with her performance. She didn't take too much time in getting into the role.'' ''We have seen Aishwarya as an extremely beautiful face doing some very intricate, beautiful moments in films other than what she is doing in 'Sarkar Raj.' Here she is a very hard-nerved corporate body. It was very surprising and interesting for me to see her like that because we have seen her either as a princess or a leading lady. But here she was very normal, hard-nerved, and business-like. She was fit in the role beautifully,'' he added.
When asked whether there were any plans to do a film where all the four Bachchans would feature together, Big B said, ''That would be very exciting. There are many projects that people come and talk to us about where they want all four of us. However, for the four of us to do a film together, it has to be something credible.
It's very difficult to convince Jaya because she is extremely selective. If she is not convinced in her mind about something, she would not associate with it. So that's the only hurdle in this expedition.'' More UNI AR BDP VC1025