Dharmendra's sons Sunny Deol and Bobby Deol have found success in varying proportions in Bollywood, but Sunny's son Karan Deol failed to create much of an impact with his debut film Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas recently. All eyes are now on Bobby's elder son, Aryaman. According to a report in hindustantimes.com, Bobby has said Aryaman is inclined towards education for now, though someday he might want to be an actor.
"My son is studying management right now, and is inclined towards education. I am proud my son loves to study, and want him to have a very broad mind to think about the profession he wants to get into. One day, I am sure he would want to be an actor, but whether he will or will not, isn't something I am sure about. He's just 18, he can get himself into whatever he wants to," Bobby Deol told hindustantimes.com.
When asked about his biggest regret, Bobby said, "You can never guarantee a film’s success, but what you can do, is work hard. That’s in your hand. No one knows the outcome of box office, you leave it to public and God. You should never give up hard work and focus. That’s what I have learnt." (Also read: Tuesday Trivia: Did you know that Bobby Deol replaced THIS young star in Salman Khan's Race 3?)
He added, "I really didn't capitalize on my stardom, I guess everybody's destiny is written but its never the end of the road if you keep working hard. You can always achieve a lot in life as an actor.”
Bobby made his debut in Rajkumar Santoshi's 1995 film Barsaat, which performed below expectation. His notable films since then have included Soldier, Gupt, and Bichhoo. (Also read: Akshay Kumar, Riteish Deshmukh and Bobby Deol's Housefull 4 Will Collect 300 crore in Global Box Office)
The 90s Bollywood star made his come back on the big screen in 2018 with Race 3. This comeback was after four years. Lately, Bobby was seen in Housefull 4 which was a huge it.
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