Abhishek Bachchan gives a befitting reply to a troll who passed a remark about him living with his parents

Abhishek Bachchan is quite active on social media and keeps fans updated about his films. Today, the actor slammed a troll who passed a snide remark about Abhishek living with his parents.
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Abhishek Bachchan is quite active on social media and keeps fans updated about his films. Today, the actor slammed a troll who passed a snide remark about Abhishek living with his parents.

The Bachchan family is very close knit and reside together at their lavish bungalow in the city. When the troll posted, “Don't feel bad about your life. Just remember @juniorbachchan still lives with his parents. Keep hustling everyone!,” Abhishek replied by writing, “Yes! And it’s the proudest moment for me to be able to be there for them, as they have for me. Try it sometime, you might feel better about yourself.”

Earlier too, when a netizen raised questions about daughter Aaradhya’s frequent travels with mom Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Abhishek shut her up like a boss.

There were reports earlier that Abhishek and Aishwarya, who have purchased a new property in the city, will move out of the family home.

However, a source close to the family had rubbished the reports. The source said, “The posh property that Abhishek and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan have bought in Mumbai is not likely to be used by them. At least not for a very long time. Abhishek is way too close to his parents to even think about moving out. He may buy any number of properties. But his heart remains in his family home.” 

The source had added, “One of the things that drew Abhishek to Aishwarya was her affinity to her parents. She understands what it means to be close emotionally and physically to your parents, and she never demanded a home away from Jalsa .”

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They live in a 16000 sq ft home. They can live together under the same roof. It’s a mansion not home.

people seriously need to worry about their own lives...first of all, their house is probably your house times 100 so it's essentially like living in a different house but even if it was tiny af, what is everyone's problem lol ppl are cray

They have so many house. And even in mumbai. It is hardly "joint" in traditional sense!!

If he and his family are happy with their living arrangements, then let them be. How does it affect any of us? I know plenty of married, successful people who live with their parents. It's their choice, and they've made it work. If it's not for you, then don't do it - but don't judge other people for doing so.

I stay with my hubby only but my mil visits us most of the times and she royally claims that it’s her house and when my mom visits me sometimes she doesn’t like it at all treats her badly and makes her feel that it’s her sons house and my mom has no right to keep coming... the point is in laws claim their son and daughter in law but daughters family have no right to claim the same way...

@juniorbachchan So then why does your wife also live with them? I am sure she would have been proud to be there for her parents too, yet she has lived with yours since marriage? Why did you not consider going to live with her parents. I doubt you have an answer.

I don't think abhi would care if aish choose to live with her parents now...he already and in public seems misrable around her...you can only imagine how difficult thier private life can be...

In Indian culture girls go to live in their in-laws house. Common sense??

You, my friend, have just gained a twitter follower!

Now you know why Ash avoids all get togethers.Living with an overbearing mother in law and sis in law who is permanently there... Better to stay away and have cordial relations than fight every day

Why do most celebrities only respond to trolls? Why can't they respond to praise or appreciation from fans?

They do respond to their fans. The question is why does the media pick up the responses to trolls? Why is that so newsworthy?

Why can’t he leave? He clearly stated that when he was young they were there for him and now they are getting older he wanted to be him. I don’t think it’s anything bad. Atleast, not like those who are throwing and sending their parents to some old age Home. Parents been attached with for 25+ years with you. When you got a job, a wife. You want to leave separate. Your parents didn’t said I want also freedom and get off me.

its a privilege for abhishek but i can't imagine living with the amitabh and jaya bachchan to be a joy on any level for anyone else.

I'm so surprised by the support for a joint family! Especially from us women. Do you not realize the joint family institution is what makes women chattel in the first place? The concept of the daughter leaving and daughter in law coming (often with do writes exiting and entering) is what makes women items of exchange in Indian culture. It is not a healthy way of life and its simply an archaic social security system that makes sure elderly parents have a son to earn for them and a daughter in law who serves them. As a 40+ man saying this Abhishek sounds plainly ridiculous especially since its so evident his wife is unhappy in spite of being so beautiful and so successful even the Aishwarya Rai is struggling in a patriarchal joint family. Take a close look at the institutions constructed around us before rising to defend 'culture,' it is so necessary to really look at what sets Indian women back. We live in an age where little girls are violated in Devi temples, think ladies.

Stop defending this fake woman for years she was bragging about being a traditional "girl" and used staying with her inlows to prove how perfect she is...

Really !!! My MIL lives with us and is the backbone of my family. Cannot respect her enough for how much she has been there for me and supports me being a career woman. I don’t intend to live with my son in old age but it is so stupid to say joint family is responsible for the backwardness in society and women exploitation. Most of my friends have MIL that live with them , those who were career women themselves have very good relationships with their daughter in laws and support them. Don’t generalize and try to culture shame people. Your experience is not everything. PV please post.

I am happy with the reply Abhishek gave as it was a troll question. Every son / daughter has a responsibility to take care of their parents on old age be it financial, physical or emotional support since their parents took care of them in younger days . Having said that , one doesn’t need to live with them 24 by 7 for that . Live in a house 5/10 minutes away where couples have their own privacy and you can quickly reach your parents when they need you . Also , taking care of parents should be the responsibility of the kid , not his spouse ( daughter in law ) . Daughter in law should be taking care of her parents, not her husband’s parents . Asian society overall ( India, China , Arab world ) has this archaic custom of treating daughter in laws as property/ maid servants responsibility for all household work and trying to control them/ their income / career decisions.. I hope we can pass a law in India which bans women living with their in laws in same house

Abhishek is an excellent role model as a son and Ash as a daughter in law. May they be blessed with lots of love and happiness and of course success.

I was also living with my parents. Now they kicked me out.

Would he say the same if he had to live with his inlaws? I live with my inlaws last 7 years and i wish i wouldn't have to. How about letting your wife be there for her parents while living together just like they were there for her too all these years?

I always thought living with parents was the way to go. Lived with my in laws for 6years. Never had issues but then work forced us to move away and I must say I'm loving it. So please stop with this joint family is better debate. People can and should choose what works for them.

I tried to live with my in laws too it was a nightmare. I can't worship husband, saasu maa tradition family etc. I am a human being and need my space. I have a right to happiness too. I was not born to make sacrifices for the Indian society or culture

yes, if it works for him, his wife and parents, we or trollers are nobody to point

He's a gem of a person. So what if he wasn't able to reach the dizzying heights of success that his father did. Success is relative and IMO, he's probably the nicest and most decent human being in the industry. That's much much more important than being a superstar.

absolutely. and he looks good and is a decent actor too. yes may be his choices may nt have been great and movies may not have worked for him. Doesn't mean anything. he is not in controversy or cheating or gossiping and takes care and respects his family which imo is never going to be out of fashion. he is ace in my list. and us expecting him to match his dad's or mom's or even his wife's star status doesnt make sense. i am sure he is # 1 already on their list and thats waht matters.

He gives the best retorts, he is such a nice person.

Living with parents is a privilege.

Sweet chap...people always making fun of him.

Living with parents generally mean with husband's.Its v good for husband, his patents & kids but its most of the time challenging for wife.What I think works well is live close enough to be able help & get involved in all fairly imp events but not in the same house or building.May be a few suburs far.

I am so glad to see all these positive comments. My family hasn't lived in India for the past 40 to 50 years or so. However, living in extended families or even having that strong family bond is one of the BIGGEST strengths of Indian culture. Honestly, it is also the reason we are so successful as an Indian community. There are definitely some cons but overall those relate to issues within our culture anyway.

The concept of moving out of parents house never existed in India. The only reason why kids started to live away was if and when kids get a job in a different city they have to move away. In some cases in metropolitan cities when kids get married late and want to get their friends home and to avoid nuisance and disturbance to family is when they started to move out of parents house

Yes, maybe he likes living with his parents, but certainly not his wife!!

Indian culture is of Joint family. Look how miserable west is and have no sense of family. west is also a society that lives on credit. Social values are in direct connection with Socio-economics growth and balance. I favour joint family.

Seems like you haven't lived in the West. West is not miserable in any way. Stop making ridiculous and self-appreciating claims on an Indian site. In the West, Parents celebrate when their kids turn 18 and leave their homes. In the West, kids are seen as a duty while in our countries it is seen as somekind of repayment plan or investment banking. Kids didn't ask to be born. One has to take care of them regardless of any repayment. Adults should be able to experience their own life on their own terms or they will never grow up and will always look for guidance and help. Joint family culture is in those countries where older people have no social security, disability, Medical insurance, retirement, elderly housing available. Parents force kids to live with them for financial reasons. Rich parents get respect from kids but older parents with little to no money are oftenly abused, thrashed and cursed. They are kept in the homes cuz of public backlash but this is not a good life.

Well said!

Indian culture is of Joint family. Look how miserable west is and have no sense of family. west is also a society that lives on credit. Social values are in direct connection with Socio-economics growth and balance. I favour joint family.

He has a very good temperament but its not worth responding to an internet troll.

Agree to Abi's reply. And yes nothing like living with parents.

Atta boy Abhi!

i think most indians live with their parents..esp if u step out of the metro's whats the big deal..

India should not adapt to western culture of feeling ashamed i living with parents. Its win win situation when adults live with parents. Being a woman, I can understand that there are frictions between DIL and MIL often but if you are able to smartly handle them, nothing like it. Kids are always more protective and less bored when grand parents are in home. Thesedays when adults are busy with their jobs, social media updates, kids have someone to talk to or know about how older generation lived.

Its definitely something to be proud of!! I feel only people who have excellent karma get to be together parents/children!! Wish i could have that!! Bacchans are lucky in every way or may be they worked hard to be! Respect!

Exactly! Nothing like living with parents !!! Or in in laws for a matter of fact!! Its those moments tht r remembered :)

It's one of the qualities about the Indian culture taking care of old people and respect them...
Aish PR started to abuse abhi to push him to leave his parents...poor her...

Mybe her pr or her fan who feel sorry for her...bc usually no one trolls actors for living with thier parents...they will troll them if they left them...people bashed kat for taking ranbir away though his family couldn't stand her or welcomed her in thier house...

Mybe her pr or her fan who feel sorry for her...bc usually no one trolls actors for living with thier parents...they will troll them if they left them...people bashed kat for taking ranbir away though his family couldn't stand her or welcomed her in thier house...

It's one of the BEST qualities about the Indian culture...

It's one of the BEST qualities about the Indian culture...

I don't understand why celebrities gets hate for living with their families... i live in America, alone and i would give up anything for being able to live with my parents all over again.. their home cooker meal, affection, care, love... nothing will ever match up.. not any amount of money or your promotions or a fame!

then why don’t you give up on living in America..since you would give up anything to be able to live with your family

There are few things in life that you cannot give up to choose another factor. People with full of hate and small mind would never understand it.

Well said!

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