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"Father can't help a son if he fails.” - Bobby Deol on nepotism

Saturday, March 5, 2022 • Hindi Comments
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Nepotism in Bollywood has been a topic of debate since a long time and every now and it keeps coming in the limelight. The opinions of celebs on this topic are as diverse as every other person. While some are okay with it, some find it highly problematic. During a recent conversation with SpotboyE, actor Bobby Deol talked about this issue and shared that nepotism can't help an actor who is not good enough.

Talking about his own filmy background, Bobby said, "I am lucky and blessed that I was born to my father and mother. I never chose to be in this family, I was born in this family so it was no fault of mine. I truly believe that no matter in which family one belongs to, be in the film industry or outside if people don’t want to watch you they will not.".

Talking about the rise and eventual decline of his career, Bobby recalled, "When I started my career, people love watching me on the screen and that’s why I got the work. If I wasn’t loved in my first film, I would not have got work so easily. I kept getting work, I gave hits after hits but then I eventually made some wrong choices, things did not work and I didn’t get work. If we see like this if dad is a legend in the industry, then I would have worked all the time. So, a father in every industry, can’t help a son if he fails.”

On the work front, Bobby recently gave a haunting performance as a mercenary in the film 'Love Hostel and he is going to make a special appearance in Akshay Kumar's 'Bachchan Pandey'.

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