His acting career may be going nowhere, but actor Bobby Deol’s second avatar, as a DJ, isn’t really taking off either. Here’s why. The actor performed at a high-end club in Delhi last month and ended up playing tracks from his 1997 film, Gupt, much to the anger of the people present, reports Deccan Chronicle.
The actor, who has reportedly taken professional training in mixing tracks, was invited to perform at the club and all tickets were sold out in advance. However, much to the dismay of the people gathered at the club, Bobby kept playing tracks from his film on a loop throughout the party.
A source present at the DJ night revealed, “It was a sold out event for Bobby’s opening act. Bobby began the night with the signature melody of his popular 1997 thriller Gupt, and kept playing tracks from the movie on loop throughout the party, which continued into the wee hours of the morning.”
Guests were so incensed at the end of the party that a bunch of people were seen angrily demanding a refund from the manager and the hotel staff. The tickets were priced between Rs 2,500 to Rs 4,000. Bobby had left the venue by the time the commotion began, the report added.
Exactly 19 years after its release – which was way, way before Twitter even existed – Bobby Deol’s hit thrillerGupt trended on the social networking site. And the reason behind it isn’t so gupt anymore.
Thursday’s trend owed itself to the actor’s recent gig as DJ at a Delhi club about a month ago. According to a report in Deccan Chronicle, Bobby Deol’s set list failed to please. Apparently, the actor-turned-DJ kept playing songs from Gupt, leading to guests demanding their money back.
“It was a sold out event for Bobby’s opening act. Bobby began the night with the signature melody of his popular 1997 thriller Gupt, and kept playing tracks from the movie on loop throughout the party, which continued into the wee hours of the morning,” a source present at the event told Deccan Chronicle.
At the end of the night, a bunch of people were seen angrily asking for a refund from the manager and other officials. The crowd was absolutely incensed as the tickets were priced from Rs. 2,500 to Rs. 4,000. Bobby Deol, 47, had left by this time, said Deccan Chronicle‘s source.
Twitter’s day was made, of course. Here are some of the funniest tweets on the topic:
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