B-Town actors Amitabh Bachchan and Aamir Khan have reportedly admitted that they prefer Bollywood to Hollywood.
The acting legends mentioned it during the trailer launch of Vidhu Vinod Chopra's debut English film "Broken Horses" on Tuesday, 10 March.
"If I have to choose between a Hollywood film and an Indian film I will always choose an Indian film first," said Bachchan, according to PTI. The "Shamitabh" actor had earlier done a cameo role in Baz Luharmann's "The Great Gatsby" in 2013.
Meanwhile, Aamir said that even though he was approached with a few Hollywood offers, nothing seems to be interesting or creative.
"If I get something good wherever in China or America or Japan then I may work but emotionally I am always here and I will work here only," he added.
The actors attended the trailer launch event on Tuesday to promote Chopra's upcoming film. Bachchan has earlier worked in Chopra's debut film, "Eklavya: The Royal Guard" and Aamir has worked in the ace director's production ventures, "3 Idiots" and "PK".
Meanwhile, American model and actress Nargis Fakhri, who made her debut with "Rockstar" in 2011, has earlier mentioned that she is comfortable in acting in Bollywood films than Hollywood
"I think I am feeling comfortable in Bollywood more than in Hollywood because I have spent more time here now and I am understanding a lot of things. I am feeling pretty good here. I really don't plan on running off anywhere," Nargis told IANS.