Amitabh Bachchan, who admits of being a victim of 'fabricated accusation', says he now tries to be more 'watchful' and be 'apprehensive of reaction'.
"There is adversity in my mind on the concept of reverence towards me or my work. I am embarrassed to the extent of not wishing to be in public space. I am watchful and apprehensive of reaction," the 72-year-old posted on his blog on Saturday.
"Having, for most of my life, been the subject of immense and completely fabricated accusation, it is of wonder to me whether there is a degree of make belief banter among the god’s or the gods that make these god’s, when they are in the process of allocation, representation and eventually identification," he added.
Meanwhile, the "Piku" star, who is the grandfather of three-year-old Aradhya Bachchan, lauded the "miraculous" mind of today's generation.
"Spending time with the little one in conversation will have to be the best times of the day - the entire day! The level of this generations mind and their talk is nothing short of miraculous," he said.
"They are no longer children. They are out to prove that they are the parental quotient, of us, the children," he added.
Amitabh will next be seen in 'Wazir'. The film also stars Farhan Akhtar.
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