Mumbai – The bollywood super hero, and the son of a veteran He-man of bollywood Bobby Deol in an interviews said that he likes to stay away from people who are manipulative and people who stabs at back.
‘I’m sure there’s jealousy and negativity in every profession. In the film industry, you see people manipulating and backstabbing. It used to disturb me earlier. But now I’m conditioned to the people and circumstances around me. I try to stay away from such people,’ Bobby said.
He also said ‘I like playing people who are not like me. For example, I always play a rich guy. But I’m not rich in real life!’ The actor suddenly finds himself inundated with work. ‘I’ve several releases coming up. Am I tired? No, just apprehensive about how people will react to so many of my films tumbling out.’
‘See I’ve played ruthless killers in ‘Bicchoo’, ‘Badal’ and ‘Soldier’. My character in ‘Shaka Laka Boom Boom’ was a musician who’s so much in love with his music that he was willing to go to any lengths for his passion. Only at the end of the journey does he realize how wrong he was.’ Bobby added.
‘He was like a small kid who says, ‘I want, I want’ without seeing how rude that child seems. I guess I’m a child at heart. But I don’t have that mean streak.’ One person Bobby loved working with was Shaad Ali in ‘Jhoom Baraabar Jhoom’. ‘He’s such a chilled out guy. He treats everyone, from actors to spot boys, equally well. We’ve known each other for years. I didn’t feel the least awkward being directed by him.’