Bobby Deol has opened up on the speculated benefits for the star kids in the industry and stated that this perception is wrong as nobody has it easy in Bollywood. The actor asserted that be it a star kid or an outsider, everyone has to undergo their share of struggle to carve a niche for themselves in the industry. Deol also averred that although it is the hardwork that matters, luck also has a crucial role to play in success of an actor
"That's just the way media portrays celebrity kids when they're coming into movies. I don't think it's easy for anyone. You can be a kid of a star or be a normal child coming from a non filmy family but you still have to work hard. Luck plays a part in it but you've to think positive. That positive attitude helps you," he says at the trailer launch of his upcoming 'Poshter Boys'.
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Bobby Deol, who was last seen in 2013 release 'Yamla Pagla Deewana 2', will soon be making a comeback on the silver screen after a hiatus. The actor will be next seen in the Hindi remake of Marathi movie 'Poshter Boyz' which will be helmed by Shreyas Talapde.
Talking about his absence from the big screen, Bobby stated, "I was looking for some great scripts to come my way. When I heard the script from Shreyas I was very excited. I just want to do films which I enjoy doing and the audience will too like it watching. When people watch this film I am sure I'll get some more work."
Though the 48-year-old actor has been away from the silver screen for a while, Bobby says one needs to have a positive outlook towards work. "As an actor you want to work everyday of your life. You have to work hard, look and think positive and the work just starts coming your way. When I did this film ('Poster Boys') I was so excited because of the story, the character. Everyday was an amazing day. Besides this film, I am also doing 'Yamla Pagla Deewana 3'."
Apart from Bobby, the film also features his actor brother Sunny Deol and Shreyas in the lead roles. The film is said to be inspired by a real life incident about three men who accidentally find their pictures on a vasectomy poster. 'Poshter Boyz' is scheduled to release on September 8.
(with PTI Inputs)