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We're all ready to work on Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara sequel: Abhay Deol 

The actor expresses his willingness to work on a sequel to his 2011 feel-good film 

Published: 27th March 2018

Abhay Deol, who was a part of Zoya Akhtar's film Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, says the primary cast members, including Hrithik Roshan and Farhan Akhtar, are all set for a sequel, but he wants the director needs to say yes.

There have been media reports that Zoya Akhtar may consider making a sequel after she finishes shooting her current film Gully Boy.

"Talks have been there since the film released (in 2011). I hope that Zoya will make a sequel to it. Hrithik, Farhan and I have all told her that, but she obviously has to be free and have a story that she wants to make," says Abhay.

Abhay is known for having impeccable comic timing, which is said to run in the Deol family. Asked whether he would be working with uncle Dharmendra and cousins Sunny Deol and Bobby Deol in any upcoming of sequels of Yamla Pagla Deewana, he says, "I would love to work with my family. It's just that I am choosy about my own work. Tomorrow if people approach me for a film with my family, then I will be going through that script even more diligently than my own script because I want it to be perfect. Suppose in a scene, I have to be rude with Pappa (Dharmendra). He is my uncle, but we call him Pappa as we are in a joint family and we have grown up with that, so I don't know if I will have that courage to perform in front of him. So that's my own personal fear, apart from that, if I find a good script I would surely do it."

Abhay Deol is currently awaiting the release of his horror comedy film, Nanu Ki Jaanu, in which a ghost falls in love with a crook. The film hits the screens on April 20.

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