It’s an Exciting and Challenging Time to be an Actor: Bobby Deol

Lula Sharp
August 8, 2020

In the upcoming Netflix original film Class of '83 (2020), Bobby Deol plays Vijay Singh, the dean of a police training academy. From the trailer, it seems like the film is endeavoring to legitimize police mercilessness where the officials of the law are moreover the definitive components who can execute anyone they accept has done a crime. Spotting young talent but aware of the red-tape that his job is hindered by, Bobby's character puts together a team of officers to finish criminals in encounters without thinking of results.

This is the third collaboration with Red Chillies' and Netflix. The star had stated in an announcement on Thu., "When Atul Sabharwal (director) & Red Chillies Entertainment reached me, I has been drawn by this intensity & depth of the role & understood right far away that I'd to be part of Class Of 83".

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Sharing the release date of the film Bobby Deol tweeted, "It's not WHICH side you are fighting for ..." The movie, instructed by Atul Sabharwal, is slated for an Aug 21 declare on the streaming platform. This film will be the Deol's first digital film and also it is the first one by Netflix and RCE together. The project marks Bobby's return to a starring role after several years. He is happy to see the trailer and is looking forward for the release of the film on August 21. The movie also features Annup Sonii, Bhupendra Jadawat, Ninad Mahajani, Hitesh Bhojraj, Prithvik Pratap, and Sameer Paranjape. Bobby's character here is doing fighting with his past, which gives him a horrifying backstory. We said the same thing when Raat Akeli Hai was released and we're saying it again.

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