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Bobby Deol on 20 years of Ajnabee: That film was way ahead of time when it released | Bollywood

Apart from the fun, Bobby Deol’s film Ajnabee caught consideration for its storyline, fused with the plot of spouse swapping. As the film completes 20 years of its launch on September 21, the actor agrees that it was way ahead of time, however that has modified with the entry of OTT area within the leisure area.

For Deol, it was enjoyable to work on the project, and needs he might return in time and relive all these moments. “First of all, it doesn’t feel 20 years since it was released. It feels like it was yesterday that we got together and shot this film. It was such a great experience working with everyone,” he shares concerning the Abbas-Mustan directorial co-starring Akshay Kumar, Kareena Kapoor Khan and Bipasha Basu.

The 52-year-old continues, “When I was working with Abbas-Mustan on Soldier (1998), at that point they thought of me giving the character, which Akshay essayed, and eventually, they thought I was better suited for another character, which I ended up playing. And Akshay did a great job.”

”, whereas the film’s evergreen music including to its legacy.

Talking concerning the storyline of the film, Deol believes the topic was very daring and attention-grabbing. “That’s the reason it did so well. At that point when it released, the film was actually ahead of its time. But now, things have changed. Now, we see a lot of different subjects being explored on screen. (There is no denying) Ajnabee was not just a movie, it changed a lot of things.”

And at the moment, with the appearance of internet area, he feels, “Audiences are seeing such subjects being played on screen a lot more. Now, I think a lot of subjects are bold, interesting, and show the reality and how people actually live their life.”

Over the years, Deol has discovered a particular bond director duo, Abbas-Mustan, which continues until date as he’s working on their subsequent, Penthouse.

“I’ve known them for the last 25 years, and I think they’re the most humble and sweetest people in the industry. They treat me like a younger brother,” he shares.

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