Bollywood actor Abhishek Bachchan, who is currently shooting in New Zealand for Abbas Mastan's "Players", is in for a surprise birthday Saturday as wife Aishwarya and his friends are planning to visit his sets and take him out for some thrilling adventure sports.
Abhishek's friends will be flying down to New Zealand to indulge him in his favorite adventure sports. Aishwarya is planning a surprise 35th birthday for her husband, according to sources.
The sources said, the friends and Aishwarya have planned an entire day of bungee jumping, white water rapids and zorbing since Abhishek is a complete adventure junkie.
"Abhishek's friends plan to fly down to New zealand where he is shooting to surprise him. Abbas Mastan have decided to give the unit a break and celebrate his birthday in a big way. Since he loves adventure sports but hasn't got the time to indulge in them thanks to his hectic schedule his friends decided to surprise him and have booked an entire day of interesting activities," a source told IANS.
Abhishek, who will celebrate his 35th birthday tomorrow began his career with J.P. Dutta's "Refugee" (2000). He then went on to give a string poorly received films, but his performances in "Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon" (2003) and Mani Ratnam's "Yuva" (2004) proved his mettle as an actor.
The same year, he starred in "Dhoom" his first commercial hit and in 2005, Abhishek, shot to fame with four movies that did well commercially - "Bunty Aur Babli", "Sarkar", "Dus", and "Bluffmaster".
In 2007, the actor starred in "Guru", receiving much acclaim for his performance, and the film emerged as his first solo hit. Later he went on to films like "Sarkar Raj", "Dostana", "Delhi-6" and "Paa" among others.
The actor has a full kitty this year with four films "Game", "Dum Maro Dum", "Players" and "Bol Bachchan".