Bobby Deol: ‘Bigg Boss’ is suffocating, I wouldn’t want to be filmed every day!
Bobby Deol made a dhamakedaar entry into Bollywood on this very day in 1995 with ‘Barsaat’. The film went on to do great at the box-office and established Bobby Deol as a bonafide star. Over the years, his stardom may have reduced, but his popularity keeps on growing. Also, with new-age roles like in ‘Aashram’ and ‘Class Of 83’, Bobby Deol is proving that his best is yet to come. Bollywood Bubble caught up with Bobby about his career spanning 25 years.
During the chat, Bobby Deol even talks about the hottest topic of this season, ‘Bigg Boss 14′. When asked about whether he would ever go inside the Bigg Boss house and stay for the entire duration, Bobby went candid and gave his piece of mind about the show. Have a look at what he had to say:
Talking of Bigg Boss, Bobby said, “I don’t understand how people go in and stay in that house for so many months. It’s suffocating. I don’t think so I can be put in one place for so long. Also, I would not want to be filmed while I’m staying somewhere and people are seeing what I’m doing every day. I can’t do that. Hats off to those people who do it, but I can’t do all that.”
Well, indeed people who enter Bigg Boss and manage to stay the entire duration, really they need to be applauded as it’s a really tough thing to be monitored for 24 hours every day and put on display for the whole world to watch. Really hats off the celebs who sign on for Bigg Boss.
Bobby has been indeed getting a lot of praise for ‘Aashram’. While the first part released last month and went on to be a huge success, the next season is all set to release after the IPL gets over around November.
Talking on completing 25 years, Bobby recently opened up about the immense love he has received over the years via a PR statement. He said, “It has been an amazing journey ever since my debut in Barsaat. When the film had released, everyone had loved it and the performances. I remember being extremely nervous before the release but my father and my brother were there with me all the time. I wouldn’t have been able to reach this place in my life without them. But Barsaat definitely set the ball rolling for me and Twinkle. Completing 25 years in the films today seems surreal. I have learned a lot from my successes and my failures in these years and am looking forward to the next 25 years.”