Bobby Deol feels that irrespective of the background one comes from, it’s the kind of work one does in Bollywood that counts.


Bobby Deol

Dharmendra’s younger son Bobby Deol made a stunning debut with ‘Barsaat’ opposite Twinkle Khanna and impressed us with his acting skills in films like ‘Gupt’, ‘Soldier’ and ‘Ajnabee’. However, his career has shown a downward graph ever since and one wonders what the actor is up to these days. Bobby Deol is all set to return on the big screen after a hiatus of almost four years. A lot of actors might feel it’s a risk to stay away from limelight for so long, but Bobby shares that he was busy reinventing himself and preparing to come back in a better form. Clearly, he doesn’t believe in enjoying the perks that come with being a star kid.

“Every star kid gets categorised. It’s rather more difficult for a star kid to establish himself in the industry because people have certain standards that they expect you to match. And as an actor, you just need to work hard and bring out your own potential,” says the 50-year-old.

The actor, who will be seen sharing screen space with brother Sunny in actor Shreyas Talpade’s debut directorial titled Poster Boys, releasing in September, says that he is not in a mood to let a state of saturation come in his career.