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Tuesday, July 10, 2007
With monsoons, a flood of childhood memories come rushing back, most happy and some sad. While most of us like to romance the rains with a plateful of spicy pakoras and bhajiyas and steaming cups of beverages, actor Bobby Deol cherishes small incidents from the past when he was a kid.
"I remember when I was young, my grandfather used to ask my grandmother to make gulgulas (sweet pakoras made of wheat flour) for everyone," smiles Bobby.
Though this year round the rains have caused much destruction, Bobby believes that the rains are a necessary evil. "We need the rains for our survival," he says matter-of-factly. Does he find the rains romantic? Bobby instantly shoots back: "Rain has no moods. It all depends on the mood and the attitude of the person".
Back at home, Bobby already has his hands full with sons, Aryeman and Dharam.