Abhay Deol Shares a Meme Poking Fun at His Own Career

Abhay Deol Shares a Meme Poking Fun at His Own Career

Abhay Deol on Thursday shared a meme on his career trajectory, which obviously made fun of it. However, the internet came out in praise of him, appreciating his sense of humour.
Abhay Deol Shares a Meme Poking Fun at His Own Career
Abhay Deol

Bollywood actor Abhay Deol took a dig at his career by sharing a meme on social media that has won over the internet with his sense of humor and netizens can’t stop laughing about it. By doing this, he even proved that he can take a joke on himself as well. The meme shared by Abhay showed ‘Ab nahi hay’ written next to a photo of him with his name ‘Abhay’ written on top, implying that his career is going nowhere. It is pertinent to note that he had been missing in action for a long time but made a comeback with Netflix series, “Chopsticks.”

“Found this online. Illustrates very well a question I get asked by the people and the press all the time. Why do we not see you more often on the big screen? It’s a loaded question, one I cannot answer in short. Maybe one day I will write a book about it. But then, I’ve already raked up enough trouble over the years, a book might land too many punches! But for all of you who want more let me tell you that I have 3 films in postproduction and I’m starting 2 more. As the great Lenny Kravitz once sang, “it ain’t over till it’s over.” #playthegame.” he had captioned his post.

Model and former Bigg Boss contestant Diandra Soares, actors Pallavi Sharda and Diana Penty also reacted to his post apart from his fans and followers. One fan said “He has humour also! Aisa full package ab kyu nahi banate Bhagwan ji!” wheras another user said, “Whatt an attitude!”. Another user called him “Paul Newman” and wrote: “You for me sir are the Paul Newman of Indian cinema. Thank you for Dev d.” Another fan said, “U r making us love you more not just your photos but the essentials of life, humour too. Even when you are not there, you are always there.”

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