Bobby Deol Calls Wife His Biggest Critic; Says ‘Always Keeps My Kids Suggestions In Mind Too’

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In the month of August when the first term of Aashram, helmed by Prakash Jha reached the web and Bobby Deol bagged praises from all sides for his performance as the cunning ‘Kashipur Wale Nirala Baba’. When things were going dull in the actor’s professional life, he took a big risk with Aashram and it was his spellbinding performance that made everyone smile.

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Aashram’s highly anticipated second term hit the web on November 11, 2020. In a media talk, the actor shared his family’s response to the web series. He said his sons Aaryaman and Dharam always loved his work. He said that his family really enjoyed the series and praised all the actors.

He also shared that his younger son told him, “Papa I don’t like that papa from Aashram I like you.”

While talking about his biggest critic, Bobby said that his wife is a very honest critic and she tells him honestly when she feels what she feels. She is not harsh, she is just blunt and honest. He said that he always listens to what she says.

“Even my sons, my older son whenever he talks about something, I try to figure out what this young generation looks at work you know. So, I keep all those things in mind.”

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On his younger son, Dharam’s 16th birth anniversary a few days ago, Bobby Deol had shared a throwback picture with his little one. Twinning in similar curly hair appearance, Bobby penned, “Me and my mini me … time just flies, Happy Sixteenth birthday!! The love of my life my Dharam. #HappyBirthday.”

In a media talk, the actor talked about the hard phase that came into his life. He said that the career slump, which was there for several years hit his life hard. He also shared how he had started pitying himself and had started making use of bad things. Bobby had said, “When you pity yourself, you will start cursing the world around you. That is what happened with me for two-three years. I started pitying myself and thought that no one wants to work with me, so I relied on bad things.”

Published by Ricky Tandon on 12 Nov 2020

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