Abhishek Bachchan Reveals His Wife Aishwarya Rai Orders Food For Him Because He Can’t Call Room Service: ‘Otherwise I Won’t Eat’ | Bollywood

Abhishek Bachchan shared that he has his fair share of quirks, one of which includes that he cannot order food for himself when staying in a hotel. The actor revealed that he felt uncomfortable talking to strangers and would rather stay hungry than call and order food. He shared that it is his wife Aishwarya Rai who has to watch him and call room service to order food. Read also| Abhishek Bachchan says Aaradhya videos not leaked at school: ‘Aishwarya Rai teaches him to be grateful and humble’

Abhishek explained that he feels shy and self-aware in certain situations where strangers are involved. In addition to not being able to call room service, he also struggles to step out into his hotel lobby during promotional events without someone guiding him.

Abhishek said he had never been on an unpleasant set, noting that he was inhibited as an actor and wouldn’t be able to perform properly without a positive atmosphere. When asked if that meant he was conscious, the actor told Siddharth Kannan: “I’m very conscious. People laugh at me. We’re sitting in a hotel today, having fun. do our press tour, and if there’s no one to help me walk through the lobby, I won’t go in. I’m afraid to walk into a place alone. I need someone someone around me, I prefer to have someone who can guide me, I’m very shy like that.

Abhishek added, “I have certain quirks. If I’m outside and my wife calls me at night asking me ‘how’s your day’, whatever, normal husband-wife conversation. She says, ” have you eaten” I say “no”. She says “ok, what do you want to eat” and I tell her and then she will… I can’t call the service floor. Aishwarya has to call (room service) otherwise she knows I won’t eat. I have this problem. I have a problem talking to a stranger on the phone.” When told he had a “lovely wife”, Abhishek admitted, “yeah, she’s the best”.

Abhishek’s latest 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 politician jat Ganga Ram Chaudhary, who lands in jail. He decides to take his class 10 exams to avoid doing manual labor in the film, but later gets inspired to encourage the importance of education in his state. Yami plays the prison jailer, while Nimrat plays Ganga Ram’s wife, Bimla Devi, who becomes the accidental chief minister after being sent to prison.

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