Rahul Dev, who is known for playing villains, has portrayed the bad guy in a number of films, even ones that were made in other languages. But after the tragic passing of his wife in 2009, the actor decided to take a break from the business to raise his son. But when his kid entered college four years later, the performer chose to move back to B-town but was unable to find employment. He decided to compete on Bigg Boss 10 to make his comeback and signify his return to the Bollywood film industry.
Talking about it, Rahul Dev said he was forced to accept the Bigg Boss offer because it came while he was out of work. In his earlier media interaction he discussed his difficulties, adding, Despite having done so much work, I had to do Bigg Boss. I took part in Bigg Boss 10 since I could not find any work. Given how quickly markets change in our industry, I won’t hold anyone accountable. Additionally, 4.5 years is a long time. Rahul is grateful that several of his business acquaintances have reached out to him to offer encouragement and assistance, though. He thanked them and continued, “If there is one individual I hold accountable, it is only my lord (guru). I wouldn’t have come if he hadn’t guided me and asked me to return.
He complimented Anna, aka Suniel Shetty, and Atul Kasbekar for their tremendous support, despite the fact that they weren’t coworkers at the time. Among others, he thanked director Anees Bazmee for providing him Mubarakan, David Dhawan’s son Rohit Dhawan for providing him the John Abraham and Varun Dhawan movie Dishoom, and Nikhhil Advani for giving him a “great part” in the Disney+Hotstar period epic The Empire. The actor said, “So many individuals took part in it and contributed to it.