Find out! What Sunny Deol has to say about father Dharmendra and 'shy' son Karan Deol
Sunny Deol's son Karan Deol is all ready to make a grand launch in Bollywood with film 'Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas' under their home production Vijayta Films.
The Deols have a significant history of Vijayta films being their launchpad. 'Betaab' for Sunny Deol, 'Barsaat' for brother Bobby Deol and now 'Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas' for Sunny's son Karan.
"It was always decided that he would mark his debut through our home production itself," said Sunny Also, a father and a son can't be friends in our Deol family.
I still cannot see eye to eye with my father, Dharmendra. His fear will always remain. Even now, if I'm doing anything wrong, the thought of dad getting its knowledge scares me out. “ the Betaab star said .
Talking about Karan, daddy Sunny revealed that he as shy as him. He further says that being shy is in our blood.
"Even if I want to, Karan and I can't be friends. He shares his secrets with me, but maintains a distance. You can call it his reservation or respect towards me," reveals the proud daddy.
The action-king further gets candid and says, "Despite being the new generation boy, Karan maintains a distance."
Talking about his relationship with daddy Dharmendra, the 'Poster Boys' actor says, " Daddy keeps asking us why don't you'll come downstairs and talk to me. Whenever we sit together, we talk for few moments and then there's nothing to talk about. What to talk, just can't understand."
He adds, "My daddy was never strict, but still, since childhood, we have fewer conversations with each other."
Pointing out similarities between himself and Karan, Sunny quips, "Karan is also like me. He'll sit with me and then after a while, we fall short of conversations. Whereas on the film's set he treats me like a director only. He's very professional."
Sunny and Bobby's film 'Poster Boys' released this Friday, which also stars Shreyas Talpade
When asked Bobby Deol about his equation with father Dharmendra, he said, "He's never raised hands on us. Only once, I'd refused to go for a preliminary exam, it was then that he lighty slapped me. Daddy was very lenient, but mom was very strict. She would beat us a lot, especially me because I was the notorious one."