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Abhishek Bachchan gives savage reply to troll who called his acting in ‘The Big Bull’ ‘third rate’, hailed Pratik Gandhi

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Actor Abhishek A Bachchan’s film ‘The Big Bull’ inspired by true events of the Harshad Mehta scam released on OTT on April 8. 

And with the B-town star getting mixed reviews from audience and critics alike with many comparing ‘The Big Bull’ to Hansal Meta directorial web series ‘Scam 1992: The Harshad Mehta Story’ and Abhsishek’s performance to that of Pratik Gandhi, the ‘Ludo’ star has now responded to a Twitter user who described his “so-called acting” in The Big Bull as “third rate.” 

Kwon for his witty comeback and sane yet sometimes even funny replies to critics online, Abhishek this time too took the criticism head-on and replied in the most gentleman way. 

On Thursday, when a micro-blogging site user tweeted, “As usual @juniorbachchan doesn’t disappoint you with his 3rd rate so called acting in a poorly scripted & badly filmed #TheBigBull. @pratikg80 & #Scam1992 are far superior by miles,” Abhishek replied, “Hey man, as long as I’ve not disappointed you, I’m happy. Thank you for taking the time out to see our film.” He followed up his reply with a folded hand emoji. 

This isn’t the first time Abhishek has been compared to Pratik Gandhi for his film ‘The Big Bull’ or the film with the web series. 

Earlier, when ‘The Big Bull’ trailer had released, netizens made the same comparisons. 

That time, Hansal Mehta had taken to Twitter to react to the comparisons. He had tweeted, “Please don’t make unfair comparisons. There can be multiple tales on the same story. Every story-teller will have his own way and should be seen independent of the other. This film has so many talents involved just like my show. They’ve done their best and they deserve your love.”

“And very intriguing trailer with such phenomenal actors. You are in great form @juniorbachchan. More power to the entire team of #TheBigBull on @DisneyPlusHS,” he added.

Days ago, in an interview to an entertainment portal, on the topic of trolling Abhishek had said that if someone takes potshots at him, they directly or indirectly open themselves to have potshots taken at them. “It’s fair game,” he had said.

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