Poster Boys actor Bobby Deol: I want to work on myself


That makes you stronger.”
The “Apne” actor also said that he wished he was “more positive and more focused in my life earlier” than he is at present. After the failure of Yamla Pagla Deewana 2, Bobby had a guest appearance in “Singh Saab the Great” in 2013. My ambition in life is to always keep moving and for that you really have to work hard and look after yourself.”

 
“I am in a very happy phase in my life in my mind. The father of two said setbacks make one stronger. I am happy just thinking that things will work. Bobby will be back on the big screen after almost four years with “Poster Boys”, scheduled for release on September 8. Top News
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Published:August 28, 2017 2:53 pm

Bobby Deol is prepping up for the release of Poster Boys. So, I was just waiting for something nice to come my way. I don’t look back at all that negativity and the low phase of my life. It requires me to move forward. I didn’t want to pick anything, and my last film didn’t do well. The actor said: “I know that people still love me and still want to see me in movies. The mention of his break from the silver screen makes Bobby reflect on how he fought his battles. “I cannot be philosophical about it or anything. I don’t want to cry about how I was and how I should I have been.”
At the moment, he wants to work in good movies. “Poster Boys”, which also stars Sunny Deol and Shreyas Talpade, is a story of three men who are shocked to find their photos being used as part of a vasectomy campaign. He says his fans still want to see him on the silver screen and so he is eager to move forward on a positive note. I am just saying that everybody goes through ups and downs. You never know which is the right movie. “Reinventing is just a term used in our industry. “I have ‘Poster Boys’ and I am doing ‘Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se’. “I want to work every day of my life. So, things are moving forward and one has to be positive,” he added. It is basically getting oneself in the right frame of mind and being positive and then just trying to move forward,” he added.  
 
 
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After a successful debut, the son of veteran actor Dharmendra experimented with his craft, and picked varied projects — from love stories to thrillers to hard core action films. You have to be brave enough to face them and fight it… No one around you can help you unless you help yourself. I was trying to work on myself, improve myself and reinvent myself,” Bobby said. Even if I have failures when I work, it won’t push me back like it used to earlier, because I just want to move forward and my ambition in life is to just keep moving forward,” Bobby concluded. The film is produced by Sony Pictures Networks Productions, Sunny Sounds Pvt Ltd, actor Shreyas Talpade and his wife Deepti Talpade. “After my last film, I was just not interested in subjects that were offered to me. “I wish I was like that but I can’t change that. But he couldn’t continue the successful steak, courtesy films like “Thank You” and “Players”. “Between this, I went through a phase where I was totally disappointed, low in life with nothing going my way. I fought those battles and came out of it. His fast-fading career got a new lease of life after hitting the jackpot with “Yamla Pagla Deewana” in 2011. Bobby’s career slowed down with duds like “Chor Machaaye Shor”, “Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Saathiyo”, “Tango Charlie”, “Jhoom Barabar Jhoom”, “Kranti”, “Bardaasht” and “Jurm”. He got noticed for “Gupt: The Hidden Truth”, “…Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya”, “Soldier”, “Kareeb” and “Badal”.