For Deol brothers, sequels are the current trend of Bollywood.
“It is just about entertainment. If people have enjoyed the first part you try to entertain them. No particular kind of sequels have become a saving grace. There are so many sequels which don’t work either,” says actor Bobby Deol.
“Indian films can make more than Rs. 1000 crore. We don’t have a shortage of people here and they are all cinema lovers”, says Sunny.
Sunny Deol (L) and Bobby Deol (R) look on during the launch of the forthcoming comedy ‘Yamla Pagla Deewana 2’ directed by Samir Karnikin Mumbai on March, 28 2013. (AFP PHOTO)
Speaking about his turban clad role in Yamla Pagla Deewana 2 Sunny adds, “In the sequel the characters move forward. In the earlier film I was the one wearing the turban and dad and Bobby were not.”
About age and fitness he says, “I am not old. Actors are fitter than the normal people because we are constantly interacting and looking after ourselves.” Bobby cheekily adds, “The trend of senior actors working with young actresses will hopefully last for long.”
On working with Abhay Deol, “Abhay has a very different approach towards cinema. To please him is not that easy because he gets into the nitty-gritties of things. It was very difficult to justify three characters so how will you justify four,” says Bobby.