Actor Abhishek Bachchan, whose film "Bol Bachchan" has entered the Rs.100 crore club, says the figure has become new age Bollywood's 'silver jubilee' landmark.
The actor says there is no Rs.100 crore "club".
"I've just asked my team to find the address of where the Rs.100 crore club is because I would like to have a cup of coffee there sometime. There is no such club," said Abhishek.
"It's just that the 100 crore mark has replaced what the silver jubilee used to be before, it's like a milestone," added the 36-year-old, who says its "a huge honour to be part of a film with that kind of collections".
Directed by Rohit Shetty, "Bol Bachchan" also features Ajay Devgn, Asin Thottumkal and Prachi Desai.
Abhishek spoke at the unveiling of his own customised Audi A8.
Asked if the new car was a gift to himself for the success of "Bol Bachchan", Abhishek said: "That makes a good headline, but unfortunately no. We decided to do this, it's completely customised... I have been a bit slow in picking everything and have taken my time, it's really a labour of love for me."
"So, although the timing is great - with the release of 'Bol Bachchan', I received the car, but it's something Audi and I started working on almost a year ago," he added.
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