Beautiful actress and wife Aishwarya Rai has shared a special post on social media Instagram to show her support for hubby Abhishek Bachchan\u2019s Breathe: Into the Shadows, Breathe 2, said -- " Shine on Baby. " Actress\u00a0Aishwarya Rai\u00a0has wished Big B's Son and her hubby Abhishek Bachchan good luck on the release of his first debut web series, Breathe\u2009Into The Shadows. She had shared multiple pictures and photos of Abhishek and other casts on Instagram to show her support towards the show. "SHINE ON BABY! BREATHE" -- Aish captioned her post and added a bunch of her usual sparkly emojis. View this post on Instagram \u2728\ud83d\udc9d\ud83c\udf1fSHINE ON BABY\ud83c\udf1f\ud83d\udc9d\u2728 \u2728BREATHE...\u2728 A post shared by AishwaryaRaiBachchan (@aishwaryaraibachchan_arb) on Jul 9, 2020 at 8:47am PDT On this, Aishwarya got a very cute reply from Abhishek, wrote, " Love you. Thank you." See the photo -- Abhishek has made a debut in web series with Breathe second season. The show also stars Amit Sadh and Nithya Menen. It has released on Amazon Prime Video on Friday, July 10. The psychological thriller series is the follow-up to the Breathe Season one 2018, which was starred R Madhavan. The new season goes ahead with Abhishek, who plays Avinash Sabharwal, a psychiatrist who will attend any length to seek out his missing daughter Siya. The series is directed by Mayank Sharma, who has also co-written the series with Bhavani Iyer, Vikram Tuli, and Arshad Syed. Abhishek said -- He said yes to the project on its story's merit. "When I heard the story, I immediately said yes. The standards that it had been on Amazon Prime Video, or it had been getting to be a movie or television program is immaterial to me. At the top of the day, it had been great material which I actually liked and wanted to be a neighbourhood of it," -- he stated. The actor said today's audience is more curious about seeing characters that are real and flawed instead of being fantastical. "That time is gone when the hero has got to be morally on better ground to the audience. In today's day and age, especially the youth, they might much rather see a flawed character achieve something by admitting their flaws and trying to figure with it," -- Abhishek said. "There are lesser and lesser fantastical characters. Our hottest heroes today are all great characters which have one or two flaws which just makes them real. That just makes the character more tactile and approachable" -- He further added. See more\u00a0latest movies news,\u00a0celebrity news, gossips, photos, videos, trending news, breaking news, media, and entertainment news, and updates on\u00a0Moviespie.com.\u00a0Follow us on\u00a0Twitter\u00a0and\u00a0Google News\u00a0for the latest news and updates.