With Two Back-To-Back Releases, Bobby Deol Writes Of "Most Cherished Reward"

"This acceptance and appreciation will be my most cherished reward," wrote Bobby Deol

With Two Back-To-Back Releases, Bobby Deol Writes Of 'Most Cherished Reward'

Bobby Deol shared this image. (courtesy: iambobbydeol)

Highlights

  • Bobby Deol recently starred in the web-series 'Aashram'
  • He featured in 'Class Of '83' before that
  • "Excited for more to come," wrote Bobby Deol
New Delhi:

An "overwhelmed" Bobby Deol, who had two OTT releases back-to-back recently, shared a thank you note for his fans on his Instagram profile on Tuesday. The 51-year-old actor shared a picture which had stills from his film Class Of 83 (which released on streaming giant Netflix) and his web-series Aashram ( streaming on MX Player). Bobby Deol wrote in his caption: "Overwhelmed with the love and affection showered on me." This acceptance and appreciation will be my most cherished reward ... Love you all." The actor aroused a sense of curiosity in his fans and he signed off the post saying, "Excited for more to come... Love, love, love."

Take a look at Bobby Deol's post here:

Class Of '83, directed by Atul Sabharwal and produced by Shah Rukh Khan's Red Chillies Entertainment, marked Bobby Deol's debut in the digital arena. The film showcases the journey of a cop shunted to a punishment posting as the dean of the police academy, who trains five best candidates to bring down the corrupt officials backed by some of the most-wanted criminals.

In his review for NDTV, film critic Saibal Chatterjee gave the film 2.5 stars out of 5 but he praised Bobby Deol's performance and wrote: "The set-up is drearily familiar, but Bobby Deol springs a surprise with his unfussy impersonation of a stolid, righteous policeman who runs afoul of his corrupt political boss."

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Meanwhile,Aashram, which marked Prakash Jha's digital debut as a director, showcases the story of a spiritual leader named Baba Nirala of Kashipur, his cult, and his transformation from a Godman to a conman.

Reviewing Aashram for NDTV, Saibal Chatterjee gave the "bingeworthy" series 3 stars out of 5 stars and wrote: "There is no denying that Prakash Jha's digital debut is ambitious, provocative and action-packed. It has an incessant, eyeball-grabbing crackle to it."