Sunny Deol's son Karan Deol made his debut in Bollywood with Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas in 2019. However, the film tanked at the box office. Karan is now all set to make a comeback. In a recent interview, he opened up about how he is working towards getting back in action. The actor revealed that the lockdown gave him time to think and reflect on the choices he wants to make in his career.
Speaking to Hindustan Times, Karan said, "After my debut, I was left on my own. I've been taking all the decisions on my own. Dad said, 'You're your own person, take your own calls, learn from mistakes.' That's the only way. Especially with what happened, right after Pal Pal Dil ... there was the pandemic and we were restricted to our homes."
Karan added that watching his old acting videos made him realise his love for acting. He said, "I was with my chacha (Bobby Deol), dada (Dharmendra) and papa.. there was the whole family vibe. I watched my old acting videos I did in film school. I saw how happy I was. I started acting because I love it, so I can't let anything put me down. It re-instilled confidence in me. Somehow through lockdown, I recharged myself. I got into a positive headspace to go another round."
Up next, Karan will be seen in the sequel to Apne and has already started prepping for the same. He has started his training as a boxer. In the interview, Karan also said that no matter what, he will never give up. "I've learnt from all my family members to never do that.. I'd get back harder at it, and really do what I love in life," he added.