Abhishek Bachchan Reveals Aishwarya Rai Orders Food For Him As He Can’t Call Room Service; Find Out Why!

Abhishek Bachchan said that he has his fair share of tricks, one of which includes him not being suitable to order food for himself when he’s staying at a hotel. The actor revealed that he feels uncomfortable talking to nonnatives and would rather stay hungry than call and order food. He said that it was his woman Aishwarya Rai who has to check up on him and call the room service to order food.

Abhishek explained that he feels shy and conscious in some situations when nonnatives are involved. Piecemeal from not being suitable to call room service, he also struggles to step out in his hostel lobby during promotional events without someone guiding him.

Abhishek said that he has no way been on an unwelcome set, noting that he’s inhibited as an actor and will not be suitable to perform duly without a positive atmosphere. Asked if that means he’s conscious, the actor told Siddharth Kannan, “I’m veritably conscious. People laugh at me. We are sitting in a hostel moment, doing our press stint, and if there is no notoriety to help me walk through the lobby, I will not come by. I’m spooked to enter a place alone. I need notoriety around me, I would rather have notoriety who can guide me. I am veritably shy that way.”

Abhishek added, “I’ve certain quirks. However, normal hubby-woman converse, If I’m out-of-door and my woman will call me in the evening asking how’s your day? whatever. She says’ have you eaten,’ I say no. She says ‘okay what do you want to eat’ and I tell her and also she will. I can not call room service. Aishwarya has to call ( room service), else she knows I will not eat. I have this issue. I have a problem speaking to a foreigner on the phone.” On being told that he has a ‘lovely woman,’ Abhishek admitted, “yeah, she’s stylish.”

Abhishek’s rearmost release Dasvi, which also stars Yami Gautam and Nimrat Kaur, started streaming on Netflix India and Jio Cinema on April 7. The social comedy stars the actor as a jat politician Ganga Ram Chaudhary, who lands up in jail. He decides to clear his Class 10 examinations to avoid doing homemade labour in the film, but latterly gets inspired to encourage the significance of education in his state. Yami plays the guardian of the captivity, while Nimrat plays Ganga Ram’s woman Bimla Devi, who becomes the accidental chief minister after he’s transferred to captivity.

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