He is 44 and is still treated like a child by his co-stars and at home but actor Bobby Deol is not complaining. “That’s my image. I am always the child of the house everywhere with everyone around just in the habit of pampering me. I’m happy in my comfort zone. I like being where I’m,” he says.
Prod if the zone extends to his professional life too, as most of his movies include thrillers and comedies, he says: “In films, I’m always the good guy, so I don’t think there’s anything to worry about it.” But hasn’t he ever considered changing his charming image? “It really doesn’t matter. You can’t just change your image for someone,” he says. “It’s always your work that speaks for you no matter how stylised you get,” adds the actor, who is excited about his latest flick Thank You, releasing on Friday.
Talking about the movie he says, “It’s about people who don’t want to remain faithful by choice. The film is a situational comedy with no gimmicks and gags, and has an emotional factor to it.”
Buzz has it that a Yamla Pagla Deewana sequel and a 3D action movie are in the offing for the Deol trio — Dharmendra, Sunny and Bobby. Ask about the same and he asserts, “These are not really in the pipeline because you can’t speak about it until the scripting is complete. These projects are what we are just looking at right now.”