The Bollywood legend along with his daughter-in-law and former Miss World Aishwaraya Rai Bachchan was here promote their latest release 'Sarkar Raj', a sequel to the 2005 blockbuster 'Sarkar' that sees the three AB's - Amitabh, Abhishek and Aishwarya, together on the screen for the first time in a full-length movie ('Kajraare' is not to be counted). Quoting the box office collections of his much awaited film, the legendary actor said his latest flick was a big success and has collected Rs 68 crore in two weeks against its budget of Rs 28 crore.
When asked if Bachchan family plans to work together in next film, he said, ''Well, three of us could be seen again. As of now nothing is sure for the fourth member (Jaya Bachchan), as she is very choosy.'' Asked how he feels coming to Uttar Pradesh and what he plans for it, Big B noted, ''My seven generations belong to Uttar Pradesh...thus, the bond is natural. As far as working for the state is concerned, foundation for a school in Barabanki had already been laid. Let's see what else could be done.'' Expressing concern over the piracy racket, the actor said it is difficult to fight with. ''My latest release (Sarkar Raj) was on U-tube website soon after it's release. When I apprised the same to my director, somehow it was removed. However, later it was re-telecast on the site,'' he underlined.
The superstar, who enthusiastically responded to all the questions, however, gave cold shoulder to political questions and when asked about Mr Thackery, he said, ''No such questions please.''