10 Mar – Although netizens are in love with the good looks of Bobby Deol's 20-year-old son, Aryaman, the actor himself doesn't think that that would ensure a great career in Bollywood.
The actor, who spoke about Aryaman in an interview recently, stated that people used to say to him that he would be a superstar when he was younger, just like what they are now telling him about his son.
"But I know the reality. It doesn't matter what you look like, if viewers want to see you, they will. Nobody knows what's going to happen in the future. Definitely, his good looks are a plus point and I am very proud of it but there is no guarantee about what's going to happen in this industry," he said.
However, Bobby would rather his son focus on his studies before making any decision about entering Bollywood.
"I wanted my kids to complete their education first. My son is studying business management. I want him to complete his education and make up his mind so that even if he fails in the film industry, he can do something else. So, it is very important for youngsters who can afford to complete their education, before becoming an actor because I am an example, I went through that being a star's son," he said.
It is noted that Bobby, who is the son of legendary actor Dharmendra, made his debut in the 1995 film, "Barsaat", but did not enjoy a huge success as the three Khans did in the mid '90s throughout the 2000s.