Khans should continue to work another 100 years: Amitabh Bachchan

 Megastar Amitabh Bachchan feels the three Khans - Salman, Shah Rukh and Aamir -are doing great work and they should continue working for another 100 years.

Khans should continue to work another 100 years: Amitabh Bachchan

Mumbai: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan feels the three Khans - Salman, Shah Rukh and Aamir -are doing great work and they should continue working for another 100 years.

"They are doing great work. I hope they continue as they are... They should continue (work) for another 100 years," Bachchan told reporters here today when asked about the Khans turning 50.

"They are inspiring a lot of people. They are a great source of inspiration, joy. I wish them all the best," he said.

Bachchan, who turned 73 today, does not want to slow down in his work.

"Let me go the way I am going. I don't know what will happen in future. I would want to continue working as long as I can do," he said.

The actor is quite excited about his new TV show "Aaj Ki Raat Hai Zindagi".

"It is an interesting...Nice show. There are people who do good work...Help others, bring smile on the face of others. I feel if through my medium I can also do it," he said.

The "Piku" star feels the cancellation of Pakistani artist Ghulam Ali's concert is a political matter.

"It is a political matter and I am not in politics ...So not right on my part to say much. The government should come up with rules and one will follow that," he said.

Ali's concert in Mumbai was cancelled after Sena's strong opposition over it.

Bachchan, who has always been vocal about several pressing issues, when asked about the current FTII row said, "I am not aware about the issue. It is not right to say anything on it."

The students of Pune-based Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) have been protesting for over 120 days against the appointment of TV actor and BJP member Gajendra Chauhan as its chairman.

The fourth round of talks between the agitating FTII students and Information and Broadcasting Ministry officials yesterday failed to break the logjam.

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