New Delhi, March 30 (IANS) Bollywood actor Bobby Deol, busy promoting his forthcoming film, Sangeeth Sivan's comedy drama "Yamla Pagla Deewana 2" (YPD) - a sequel to the original, says working with father Dharmendra gives him a chance to be friends with him.
"It's always fun working with the family. It gives me a chance to be friends with dad. Otherwise, we share a typical father-son relationship. Since it's a comedy film, we get a chance to make fun of each other, crack jokes on the set or have a friendly conversation," Bobby told IANS.
The 46-year-old last worked with Dharmendra and brother Sunny in "Yamla Pagla Deewana" (2011) and "Apne" (2007).
The actor who has performed in hits like "Barsaat", "Gupt" and " Ajnabee" said that because he was the youngest in the family, he always got away with things easily.
"We were in England for three months for the shoot of YPD. Dad and Sunny were coordinating and managing most of the things. I didn't have to worry much. I have always been pampered by everyone at home," he said.