So will we see more of Abhishek on the small screen?
"As of now I am only doing 'Bingo'. It's a 13-episode
season after which if Colors (the channel that airs the show)
renews it, we'll come back with season II," he said.
"Bingo" opened Jan 23 with a TRP of 5.1, the highest
for a Bollywood-anchored non-fiction entertainment show since
2008, according to Television Audience Measurement (TAM).
It has beaten the opening ratings of the shows hosted by Amitabh
Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, Akshay Kumar, Shilpa
Shetty and Rajeev Khandelwal.
Apart from the serial, Abhishek is busy with films like "Raavan",
"Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Sey", "Crooked" and
the Hindi adaptation of "The Italian Job".
When asked if all the four Bachchans - his father, mother,
wife and himself - would be seen together in a movie or TV show,
he told IANS: "Hopefully! As of now, we haven't been approached
with anything together. But if we do and we all like it, I'm
sure we'll do it."
"Whatever I am today is because of my parents and my family.
Whatever I have learnt in life, whether it is personal or professional
has been from my parents," he added.
The Bachchans are referred as the first family of Bollywood,
but Abhishek doesn't pay heed to such titles.
"We're a family. We are happy about that. Being the first,
second or third family doesn't matter to us. That changes every
two years," he said.