Most actors are sensitive and get affected by many things, says Abhay Deol

Abhay Deol has tasted success as well as faced failure in showbiz, and actor-producer says that as a star success, as well as the failure of a film, leaves an impression on your mind.

By: IANS | New Delhi | Updated: September 4, 2016 3:38 pm
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Abhay Deol has tasted success as well as faced failure in showbiz, and actor-producer says that as a star “success, as well as the failure” of a film, leaves an impression on your mind. He has delivered hits like Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara and Dev. D, and saw setbacks with duds like Aisha and One by Two.

Asked if a failure of a film affects him, Abhay told IANS over the phone from Mumbai: “Obviously. It is not a happy time when a film doesn’t do well…Everything affects you, success affects you and failure also affects you…You have to be inhuman (for not getting affected).”

The 40-year-old star added that “most of the actors by nature are sensitive”, and that is why they get affected by ups and downs.

“We get affected by so many things,” he added. The Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye actor feels if individuals are not affected by the surroundings, then somewhere they have become insensitive.

“If we are not affected by our environment, then we have somewhere become insensitive. It might be good in a way because you might not be affected by anything and be calm always,” Abhay said.

The actor, who was last seen in Happy Bhaag Jayegi, added that “it is important to keep that sensitivity alive as a human being”. Abhay earlier said that he wouldn’t mind working in a sequel of Happy Bhaag Jayegi if it is being made. “There are talks of doing the second part of Happy Bhaag Jayegi as the film did well at the box-office. It’s not certain if Anand Rai and Mudassar Aziz, who wrote the script, are planning a sequel. However, I wouldn’t mind doing the sequel,” he said.