Bobby Deol: I used to get irritated when people used to call me ‘behenji’

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Bobby Deol has had a resurgence in 2020. The actor has been giving out performances which have been shocking the audiences left, right and centre. From his cop role in ‘Class Of 83’ to the totally negative shaded Baba in ‘Aashram’, Bobby Deol has been playing it quite well. Recently during a chat with Bollywood Bubble, Bobby revealed an interesting secret about his life, which not many people knew about the macho man.

When asked about prank calls, Bobby went into a nostalgia mode and was quick to revert. He said, “Oh yeah. I used to do that as a kid when I used to go to a hotel. Meri aawaaz bahut patli thi. Because as you grow older and mature, your voice changes. I still remember whenever at home I used to pick up the calls, so people used to think that I’m a girl and used to tell me ‘Behenji Dharamji hai ghar par?’ I used to get irritated at first. But then when I used to go to the hotels, I used to call up people. Or if someone used to call, I would just talk as if I was a lady talking to them and just enjoy it a lot.

Check out the video where Bobby goes nostalgic, right here:

Be it the no-nonsense dean Vijay Singh in ‘Class Of 83’ or a rogue spiritual leader with ulterior motives in Aashram, Bobby Deol managed to make a space in people’s heart. Thanking the audience for all the love and praise that he has been receiving for his work in Aashram, Bobby Deol shared a heartfelt tweet.

Bobby Deol recently spoke to Bollywood Bubble about ‘Aashram’, ‘Class Of 83’ and completing 25 years in movies. Have a look at his candid chats:

Bobby Deol will be next seen in a crime thriller ‘Love Hostel’ which will be produced by Shah Rukh Khan‘s Red Chillies Entertainment and Drishyam films, also starring Sanya Malhotra and Vikrant Massey.

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