Do you know Bobby Deol called Rani Mukherjee 'ded futiya'

First Published 7, Oct 2020, 9:13 AM

Bobby Deol once called his co-star of Bichoo and Badal as 'ded futiya', read details

<p style="text-align: justify;">Bobby Deol recently completed 25 years in the Bollywood industry. The actor took a walk down the memory lane and shared his experiences of working on different films, the takeaways, and his bonding with his co-stars. In a conversation with ETimes, he also spoke about his fellow actor Rani Mukherjee.</p>

Bobby Deol recently completed 25 years in the Bollywood industry. The actor took a walk down the memory lane and shared his experiences of working on different films, the takeaways, and his bonding with his co-stars. In a conversation with ETimes, he also spoke about his fellow actor Rani Mukherjee.

<p style="text-align: justify;">The duo worked together in Bichoo, talking about the experience, and Rani he was quoted, "It was a very cool and sleek film. Rani and my character worked like magic. Rani is a sweetheart and I used to call her ded futiya."</p>

The duo worked together in Bichoo, talking about the experience, and Rani he was quoted, "It was a very cool and sleek film. Rani and my character worked like magic. Rani is a sweetheart and I used to call her ded futiya."

<p style="text-align: justify;">"There was this Sanjay Dutt film, where he called his friend ded futiya," he added.</p>

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"There was this Sanjay Dutt film, where he called his friend ded futiya," he added.

 

<p style="text-align: justify;">"My chemistry with Rani was such that I used to lovingly call her with that name. My friendship with Rani is awesome. She used to bring tiffin from home. Her mom used to give fish. It was a great time being on sets of Bichoo," the actor added.</p>

"My chemistry with Rani was such that I used to lovingly call her with that name. My friendship with Rani is awesome. She used to bring tiffin from home. Her mom used to give fish. It was a great time being on sets of Bichoo," the actor added.

<p style="text-align: justify;">Bobby Deol's first film Barsaat, was released in 1995. Ever since the actor had given many hit films. He even played younger Dharamendra, in his dad film's Dharam-Veer.</p>

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Bobby Deol's first film Barsaat, was released in 1995. Ever since the actor had given many hit films. He even played younger Dharamendra, in his dad film's Dharam-Veer.

 

<p style="text-align: justify;">When asked about the celebration of 25 years in the industry he was quoted, "No plans to celebrate as during the time of corona we chose to be safe, so we will do a low-profile quiet celebration."</p>

When asked about the celebration of 25 years in the industry he was quoted, "No plans to celebrate as during the time of corona we chose to be safe, so we will do a low-profile quiet celebration."

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