||When asked if that was
his wish (of name and fame), the Big B said, "May be!"
Talking about his recently
released movie 'Bbuddah Hoga Tera Baap', he said that the film was made
purely for entertainment purposes, not to give any message or moral.
"We did not make the
movie to give any message. We also did not try to prove that a 70-year
old man can do a lot of things. It is simply for entertainment," he said
Bachchan, who is set to
become a grandfather soon, said he decided to make the trip after a long-wished
prayer came true.
'On my way to Ajmer Sharif...
was there almost 40 years ago... so much has changed since for me... reason
enough to thank and pray,' Bachchan earlier Tweeted. 'To fulfill a mannat
(wish) made more than 40 years ago... to untie a dhaga that I had tied!'
The Big B entered the
dargah from the Solah Khamba gate instead of the main entrance to avoid
the crowd but the dargah was already packed with his fans. "I always feel
that an artist should never be satisfied, because that kills his creativity.
I always hope that there is something good and challenging for me tomorrow
and I think its important for every artist to have a sense of challenge,"
"If I think of retirement,
it implies that I think I have done enough but I have not and I will continue
as long as my body and appearance supports," he said.