Bobby Deol who is currently seen playing a negative role in the web series Ashram 3 on MX Player has garnered admiration for the role. He has been part of the industry for a long and has given some marvelous performances. The actor went down memory lane as his movie ‘Gupt’, completed 25 years of its release. As it completed 25 years on July 4, 2022, Bobbly recalled memories and shared some anecdotes from the sets of his movie.
The movie has suspense that no one could have thought of. The film also stars Kajol and Manisha Koirala, being Kajol as the murderer. When asked Deol about Kajol taking away all credit, he quipped, “I don’t think so. When people see the work, music, I was dancing so much for the first time, the action was amazing. These kind of subjects were never made.”
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He also added that the director Rajiv Rai had a unique promotional strategy. The director booked the entire music channel for a day and only songs of Gupt would be played for 24 hours on the channel. No other commercials or film advertisements would be played. The songs Duniya Haseenon Ka Mela and Gupt Gupt were a super hit at the time.
The Soldier actor recalled some more memories from the filmmaking and laughed while sharing the story behind the famous Bobby Deol dance moves. He said that he had rehearsed constantly to get the steps right while shooting for Duniya… The Class of 83 actor was quoted as saying, “there used to be no air conditioning in studios those days. I would rehearse so much that I was drenched in sweat by the end of it. And then white patches would be visible because of it. I wore eight-nine pairs of black jeans for that one song. Then I broke my leg while shooting for Barsaat, my debut film, and Gupt was immediately after that. I had an accident on the former’s last day, so Chinni and Rekha Prakash ji made those hand movements of mine, which became popular as ‘Bobby Deol’s style.”
As an audience, we also enjoyed the film.