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Dharmendra and the next generation of deols
Enkayaar, Bollywood Trade News Network
On his 73rd birthday that passed on Dharmendra must be pretty pleased that the various roles that he played during his careers are now finding expression through his sons Sunny Deol and Bobby Deol as also his nephew Abhay Deol. He would be more so pleased with the manner in which the career of Abhay Deol is progressing as he is playing the kind of roles that Dharmendra used to play in his youthful days, and the success of OYE LUKKY LUKKY OYE in these troubled times would gladden his heart as Abhay Deol is striving hard to carve out his niche by emulating the comic genre that Dharmendra had developed as his own trade mark.
Dharmendra was one of the finest actors who could deliver the comic scenes with such lively expressions that are still unparalleled today and Abhay Deol brings the same effervescence through the kind of films that he has been doing. As a matter of fact, the genre of comedy, which was the hallmark of Dharmendra, was lost in the melee of the series of action films that he did in second innings of his career.
While his sons Sunny and Bobby have established themselves more in the genre of actions stars, with Bobby showing a rare flare of comedy when he has been given a chance, Sunny Deol has carved a niche for himself as an action hero in a predominant manner. Abhay Deol has been able to develop a rapport with the Indian audience through his oeuvre of films on account of the characters that he has played, and they all remind the audience in one form or the other of Dharmendra of the golden olden days.
Now as Dharmendra has decided to rededicate himself with a new flourish towards the films, it would be exciting if he coopts his two sons and his nephew to create a new laugh riot like CHALTI KA NAAM GADI, as it is high time a comedy of that genre is again created for the modern times and Dharmendra has the ability, conviction and the resources to do so. May be, this could be the best birthday gift that Dharmendra could give to his audience by the times he turns 74 years old. Paaji set the screen on fire and give to the audience a real slapstick humour.