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Bobby Deol: Wish I was this mature when I was playing the character in ‘Kareeb’

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Mumbai, Jan 14 (IANS) Bollywood star Bobby Deol has stolen the limelight with his performance in projects such as ‘Ashram’, ‘Class of ‘83’ and ‘Animal’.

He is loving his villain era and feels he should have had the maturity that he has now during the 1990s when he did films such as ‘Kareeb’.

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Asked if he loves his villain era or the 90s chocolate boy time, Bobby in a chat with IANS said: “As an actor I would pick now I feel as an actor I have learnt more… I was immature at that time (1990s)…”


Talking about a special film “Kareeb”, which released in 1998 and was directed by Vidhu Vinod Chopra, Bobby wishes he had the kind of “maturity” he has now to play the character of Birju in the film.

“I wish I was this mature when I was playing the character in Kareeb, maybe I would have done a better job as an actor but that’s how the character was in ‘Kareeb’. He was naive and was innocent.”

Bobby minces no words when he says ‘Kareeb’ was a special film to him just like many in 1990s audiences.

He added: “It worked very well for the film, though it didn’t do well at the box-office. I will always cherish being a part of Kareeb. It was a special film.”

–IANS

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