Sunny Deol was one of the most unbeatable actors of the 90s in Bollywood. He made a name for himself in the industry with his strong dialogue delivery and powerful action-sequences. He made a smashing return to the big-screens with Anil Sharma’s Gadar 2 and has been making the headlines for his interviews. He is all set to appear on Rajat Sharma’s show, Aap Ki Adalat where he will be put on ‘trial’. Well, the first promo of the same is out and the actor’s reaction to a statement by his father, veteran actor Dharmendra is unmissable.
In the video, uploaded on IndiaTV’s YouTube channel, journalist Rajat Sharma is seen recalling an old interview of Dharmendra, where he called his eldest son Sunny a ‘sadhu.’ The actor seems quite shocked and starts blushing and laughing as the former continues speaking. Rajat quotes the veteran and states that when asked to hug Amrita Singh during the shoot of the song ‘Badal Yun Garajta Hai,’ he couldn’t do it. ALSO READ: Sunny Deol-Shah Rukh Khan FINALLY End Their 16-year Feud, Share Hugs At Gadar 2 Party-WATCH
For the unversed, it was highly reported that Sunny and Amrita, who had made a debut in Bollywood with Betaab, had started getting closer to each other. Not only did the fans love them for their on-screen chemistry, but their off-screen closeness became a talk of the town. As the media started writing about their brewing romance, it came to a stand still when she came to know about his wife Pooja. While the duo was never seen together again, Sunny had then made the headlines for his rumoured affair with Dimple Kapadia, who was in a complicated relationship with Rajesh Khanna. ALSO READ: DID YOU KNOW? Dharmendra Once Abused His House Help! Sunny Deol Reveals How Veteran Actor's Mom Taught Him a Lesson-READ BELOW
Talking about Gadar 2, it is a sequel to the blockbuster hit Gadar: Ek Prem Katha (2001). The partition drama followed the journey of Tara Singh (Sunny Deol) who falls in love with a Pakistani Muslim girl Sakina (Ameesha Patel). After they get married and have a kid (Utkarsh Sharma), Sakina is forced to go to her country by her father, leaving her family. The father-son duo then goes to Pakistan to rescue her. The sequel focuses more on the father-son relationship and how Tara goes to rescue his son, who is captured in Pakistan. Released on August 11th, 2023, the movie is directed and produced by Anil Sharma.
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