Bobby Deol’s Son Aryaman Deol To Join Bollywood?

written by Karan Nanda | January 30, 2019

Bollywood has witnessed the debut of many star kids including Sridevi’s daughter Janhvi Kapoor, Saif’s daughter Sara Ali Khan in recent times. This year, many star kids are lined-up to set the silver screen on fire.

Bobby Deol’s elder son Aryaman Deol, who has become an internet sensation after his dad posted a selfie with him during his 50th birthday celebrations, may try his hands in Bollywood like his cousin brother Karan Deol who is making his debut in 2019.

Aryaman Deol’s picture with his dad has left everyone stunned and the movie lovers have started to speculate that Aryaman will make his Bollywood debut soon and become a 'future Bollywood star.'


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Wish you best of luck for #Houseful4 Dad @iambobbydeol

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My first appearance in public with dad @iambobbydeol ❤ at @iifa 2018 #bollywood

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U both are looking awesome? #swag #brothers #siblings #handsome #aryamansir #dharam #cute #meenakshi

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His dad, Bobby Deol has reacted on the speculations. While talking to a leading entertainment portal, Bobby spoke on Aryaman's plans of joining Bollywood.

“As a father, I want them [my sons] to study and focus on that. That's very important part of your life, to be educated. To know exactly what are the other options that you can look into. So my older son [Aryaman] is really focussed on studies."

"As a father, who is an actor, I would love my kids to be actors," added Bobby Deol.

Earlier, Booby shared a selfie to introduce his son on Instagram. He captioned the image as: “If that's how it feels!! Being 49 was amazing .. 50 is going to be even better ... I reminiscence the life experiences I have been through and how they have made me grow as an individual. I take the same opportunity to remember the amount of love that all of you dear to me have given me. It is this love that is my strength which keeps me going."

He added, "My son is symbolic to this change. Finding a friend in his young father. I hope to continue living my life happily with all of you loved ones. I have turned 50 but I'm still always going to be the twenty something young adult all set to win the world."

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