Sunny Deol is currently on cloud nine, thanks to the unexpected triumph of 'Gadar 2,' a sequel to the 2001 blockbuster 'Gadar: Ek Prem Katha.' The movie's success has thrust him back into the limelight, resulting in a flurry of interviews and public appearances. Well, right now he is making headlines for his debut film with Amrita Singh.
During a promo for his interview on 'Aap Ki Adalat,' host Rajat Sharma made a comment that left Sunny Deol blushing. He said, "Dharamji (referring to Dharmendra) kehte hai hamari family me Sunny sadhu hai (Dharam ji says that Sunny is the sadhu of our family)."ALSO READ: It's just stupid: Sunny and Bobby Deol share their take about nepotism on Koffee with Karan 8
Sunny couldn't help but burst into laughter at this statement. Rajat Sharma continued, "I read an interview of Dharamji where he said that he really tried to teach Sunny and that song 'mausam kyun barasta hai...,' in it I told him to hug Amrita Singh." Concluding with a chuckle, Sharma added, "lekin Sunny se hua nahi (but Sunny couldn't do it)." Sunny Deol was left red-faced by this unexpected revelation.
In 1983, both Sunny Deol and Amrita Singh made their acting debuts with the romantic film 'Betaab.' In another clip from the show, Sunny Deol became emotional as the audience showered him with cheers and warm welcomes. He expressed his gratitude but also questioned whether he truly deserved such overwhelming love.
Talking about Gadar 2, the film, co-produced and directed by Anil Sharma and written by Shaktimaan Talwar, features Sunny Deol, Ameesha Patel, Utkarsh Sharma, and Rakesh Bedi, among others. Despite facing stiff competition from 'OMG 2,' starring Akshay Kumar and Pankaj Tripathi, 'Gadar 2' emerged as a surprising success, grossing over 500 crores at the box office.