Abhay Deol, who made his Bollywood debut with the movie ‘Socha Na Tha’, has worked in many great movies like ‘Aisha’ and ‘Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara’. The actor attracted a lot of attention from the audience due to the strength of his acting, but unfortunately, he failed to make a big name for himself in the industry. Abhay comes from the background of the film. In addition to Hindi, his father, Ajit Deol, has worked in Punjabi films. At the same time, Dharmendra is his eldest father. Despite this, Abhay had to struggle a lot in the industry. After so many years, now Abhay has revealed the truth of the film industry.

Abhay Deol said in his interview given to an English website: ‘It is not only necessary to act well in the world of cinema, but it is also very important to have one’s publicity. Along with this, the actor revealed how the director had spread false rumors about him.

Abhay Deol said in this interview, “Even after 17 years today, I feel like I don’t fit in anywhere in Bollywood.” I always thought how bad it is to tell people about myself, but now I realized how important it is to stay in the news. When you remain silent, your very existence ends in the eyes of people. The only mistake I made is that I didn’t tell people about me yelling.

The actor further said, “There’s a lot of factionalism in the movie industry, so I couldn’t fit in here.” I think everyone knows about this. There was a time when a director publicly spoke ill of me and spread false rumours. When you open your heart in front of someone, you disguise yourself as others, then people start taking advantage of you. I remember very well that a director had spread many lies about me. You have to be prepared for all these things.

Significantly, Abhay Deol brings a film about the true story of the tribal children who won the Junior Rugby World Cup. It is a sports drama film based on the 2007 World Cup victory of the Indian U-14 rugby team.


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