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Bobby Deol Used 'Apple Airpods' in 2008 and Desis Are Convinced 'Everything is Planned'

Screenshot from a video uploaded by 
Zee Movies Hindi on YouTube. (Tweeted by @Bobbywood_)

Screenshot from a video uploaded by Zee Movies Hindi on YouTube. (Tweeted by @Bobbywood_)

Bobby Deol stan account on Twitter whose recent tweet showing the 'Chamku' actor using 'AirPods' in 2008 movie, well before they were launched by Apple, has sent the Internet and desi fans in a frenzy.

When Apple announced iOS 14, the new operating system for iPhones back in June 2020, there was a lot of social media chatter around the tech-giant taking heavy “inspirations” from its rival Google Android. While features such as home screen widgets and picture-in-picture support especially got the loudest cheer on Twitter from Apple fans, these features had already been native to Android phones, something the users didn’t shy away from reminding their rival iOS counterpart. But did you know it’s not just Android that Apple took its inspirations from? In fact, Apple watched the 2008 Bollywood movie Chamku before coming up with its very own wireless Bluetooth earbuds called AirPods in 2016.

If you’ve not already guessed it, yep it’s a joke. But not for a true Bobby Deol stan account whose recent tweet showing the actor using “AirPods” in 2008 movie, well before they were launched by Apple, has sent the Internet and desi fans in a frenzy.

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The now-viral tweet, which trended in India on Monday, features a still from Chamku, a 2008 Bollywood action-thriller starring Priyanka Chopra, Irrfan Khan, Riteish Deshmukh, and Danny Denzongpa.

Scroll to 53:00 mark to see time-traveller Bobby Deol.

Meanwhile, in a recent interview, Bobby Deol said that it took him some time to accept the fact that he would have to settle for roles lesser than the lead.

“I used to be a big star once upon a time but things didn’t work out. My market value went down. I went through a phase where I couldn’t understand why this happened and I started giving up,” Bobby told IANS.

The actor added that it was when his kids wondered why he was at home, did he realise that it was time to get back to work.

“When I saw my kids noticing me sitting at home, it dawned on me that I am an actor and my job is to perform and play characters, and not just the main lead. As an actor, I realised that I needed to prove myself and that’s how I started looking at things,” he said.

(With IANS inputs)