Dharamji does not require anything to attract audience: Big B

Mumbai: Amitabh Bachchan has wished his actor-friend Dharmendra good luck for his TV debut and feels that the veteran does not require anything distinct to attract the audience as he already holds sway on them.

Dharmendra is making his television debut for the third season of reality show `India`s Got Talent` as a judge alongside Sonali Bendre and Kirron Kher.

"Dharamji is like my elder brother and he has always treated me like his younger brother. I am thankful to him for all his love and affection. As he is making a debut on television I wish him all the luck and lots of love," Bachchan told reporters here last evening, after flagging off the `Kaun Banega Crorepati` van here.

"Dharamji is Dharamji...he does not require anything to attract the audience he already has this charm in himself," Big B said.

The two actors worked together in 1975, in the cult film `Sholay`. Later the duo starred in films like `Chupke Chupke` and `Ram Balram`.

PTI