Bobby, who made his debut with" Barsaat", went through a bad phase before making his comeback with the Salman Khan-starrer.
"We all have ups and downs. It is important to come up. It is because of the good wishes of fans that he is back. Life is to fight. As actors, it is our job to keep trying hard to work. Today doing exercise has become his routine, he is always in the gym," Dharmendra told reporters here at the trailer launch of the film.
Bobby said his father and brother inspired him to make things right.
"My family was disappointed as I was not doing the right things, I was not looking after myself. I did not realise these things.
"I used to think my dad has the fire in him, where has my fire gone? Why I am giving up and I used to feel pity for myself. Salman inspired me again. I am grateful that people love me and my family so much. I feel happy that I am making them happy. I am glad that people are excited about 'Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se'," Bobby said.
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