Cuteness cannot guarantee success in B’wood: Bobby Deol

Actor Bobby Deol, who recently played a villainous role in ‘Love Hostel’, opened up about his Bollywood journey and the failures he has faced.

Bobby made his career debut in 1995 with ‘Barsaat’ for which he bagged Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut. He later appeared in films such as ‘Gupt’, ‘Soldier’, ‘Badal’, ‘Bichhoo’, ‘Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya’, and many more. In 1996, while his career was at its peak, he tied the knot with Tanya Deol and later welcomed their sons Dharam and Aryaman.

In a recent interview with a private media channel, Bobby reacted to people complimenting his son Aryaman Deol for his good looks, with some even saying that he can be the superstar. He said: “When I was going to make my Bollywood debut, people used to say the same things to me that he is good-looking and he will be a superstar. But I know the reality. It doesn’t matter what you look like, if viewers want to see you they will. Nobody knows what’s going to happen in the future. Definitely, his good looks are a plus point and I am very proud of it but there is no guarantee about what’s going to happen in this industry.”

Bobby also said that education is very necessary for the youngsters who want to enter Bollywood because if that doesn’t work out, they can do something else.

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