Aishwarya Rai hires Salman Khan's ex-manager to boost Abhishek Bachchan's career?

Updated: Dec 21, 2017, 08:57 IST | mid-day online correspondent

A source close to Bachchan family told an online portal, "Aishwarya felt Abhishek Bachchan's career needed a small push to catapult him to the top bracket once again

Showbiz is a very compact world. Here, tables turn every single day. A few months ago, Salman Khan sacked the high-profile business manager- Reshma Shetty. Reportedly, her differences with Sohail Khan triggered this move. A report in Deccan Chronicle states that Shetty is now managing Abhishek Bachchan's profile and wife, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is the mind behind this strategic move to revive hubby's unstable career.

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan

A source close to Bachchan family told Deccan Chronicle, "Aishwarya felt Abhishek Bachchan's career needed a small push to catapult him to the top bracket once again. Of late, he hasn't signed new films and is choosing to focus on the best possible projects. Following his revamped priorities, his first new project will be Sanjay Leela Bhansali's biopic on poet-lyricist, Sahir Ludhianvi. Reshma has been brought in to oversee Abhishek's forthcoming career moves and to position him as a prominent entertainment brand."

Rumour mills were abuzz that Khiladi Akshay Kumar has also signed Reshma Shetty to manage his work. However, there hasn't been any official confirmation from Akshay or his team.

Abhishek recently walked out of his debut film Refugee's director, JP Dutta's upcoming film ‘Paltan'. The director had to rope in one-film-old Harshvardhan Rane for the role.

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