Recently, during the shoot of Sunny Deol’s directorial venture Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas, starring another Deol kid Karan as a debutant, an unexpected visitor dropped by. The team was shooting at the Buddh racing circuit in NCR, when Dharmendra arrived at the location.
Talking about his excitement to watch his grandson soon on the big screen, Dharmendra said, “I was in Delhi for some work and had heard they were shooting some racing car sequences. So, I decided to drop by and watch my grandson in action. I didn’t want to disturb them at work, so I didn’t tell anyone I was coming. I could see the hint of tears in Sunny’s eyes. He doesn’t say much but being his father I notice.”
Adding to his statement, Dharmendra said, “I’d dropped by the Betaab (Sunny’s first film) sets unannounced too and watched him playing football. My Kashmiri brothers and sister have since named that location as ‘Betaab Valley’ in a touching gesture of love”.
With movies like Dillagi, a love triangle featuring Sunny himself alongside younger brother Bobby and Urmila Matondkar, in 1999, Sunny Deol’s endeavor as a director has been a decent one. He returned 17 years later with Ghayal Once Again and is now all prepared to launch his son and Seher Bamba in his third directorial project.
The film borrows its title from a song of Dharmendra’s 1973 film Blackmail. Since the song is apt for a youthful romantic feature and plus is one of Sunny’s favorite numbers, he couldn’t think of anything else.
The team will travel to Manali for its next schedule and shall wrap up the film in Mumbai.
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