Mr Bachchan, who is also known as Big B, on Sunday, March 31 addressed the issue while writing on his Facebook wall. The star said, "Touched by the concern of many on the conditions of the differently abled children."
"Yes, we must do the utmost for them .. Jaya and I supported the Handicapped Centre at Haji Ali in Mumbai, and support and contribute to many such institutes ... ADAPT for one and several others ... any help that can improve their condition needs to be given due consideration," added Big B.
The celebrity couple must be proud for their son Abhishek who also is continuing the legacy of his parents to do for the poor people who need support.
Abhishek recently participated in a charity football match in which many celebrities of Bollywood and Indian cricketers contributed their shares.
The match, which was organised at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in New Delhi on Saturday, March 30, was won by the cricketers.
The cricketers emerged victorious by a scoreline of 4-3 last night but they were given a run for their money by the All Star team led by Abhishek Bachchan.
The funds raised from the match went to the Magic Bus Organisation, which works for charity for underprivileged children. Virat Kohli launched the team for his foundation 'All Heart Football Club' against the All Stars Football Club.