Delhi Belly director Abhinay Deo is upset at Imran Khan's decision to quit acting, says he belongs to industry
Delhi Belly director Abhinay Deo is taken aback at Imran Khan's decision to quit acting. He feels that he is a fine actor and deserves to stay in this industry.
Delhi Belly recently celebrated its ten glorious years in the industry. It was one of the best made dark comedies that impressed critics and fans.
The film director Deo said he was dismayed at Imran Khan's decision to quit acting in films. He said that the news shocked him, and Imran even refused a chance to reunite with him.
Imran has won many hearts with his acting in films such as Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na, Delhi Belly, I Hate Love Stories, Break Ke Baad, and many more. His last movie was Katti Batti with Kangana Ranaut.
Abhinay Deo told SpotboyE, "I felt sad as I have high regards for Imran Khan. He is a great guy, and there is no way a shortage of good people in this world. He is a talented guy whether in front of the camera or behind it."
"Khan was a trained filmmaker and screenwriter, unlike many others. He as an actor should explore his creativity, and I did feel bad that he did not want to act anymore."
Deo also mentioned that he refused a couple of movies, as he was retiring from acting. Navbharat Times. He told the paper, "See, Imran Khan has left acting at the moment. As far as I know, there is a better writer and director inside Imran, I do not know when he will direct his film himself, I am not going to put any pressure, but as a friend, I think so he will direct his film soon. Also, when Imran directs, I know he will make a wonderful film because his sensibility and understanding of cinema are very high."