Sunny Deol and his son Rajveer Deol are in the news for their respective films. On one hand, the success of ‘Gadar’ has made the Deol family happy. Whereas, Rajveer has made his Bollywood debut through ‘Dono’. Now Rajveer talked about his father’s films. He said that he grew up watching his father’s action films, but always had sympathy for the villains in the films, because he knew that his father would defeat the villains in the film.
During a recent interaction with The Lallantop, when asked about Sunny Deol’s movies, Rajveer Deol expressed that he would consistently feel “scared” of his father’s on-screen persona and almost always sympathized with the villains.
He said, “There’s a specialty with Dad that I don’t think anyone else can do. There’s honesty in his bones and blood. When he screams at someone and wants to get revenge, you feel it. You want to do it yourself. I used to feel bad for all the villains. I used to see dad get angry (in films) and would know what is to come. I would be like, ‘Oh poor guys, don’t do this!’ I was very scared of that.”
Sunny Deol and Pooja Deol’s son, Rajveer Deol, made his debut in the film Dono, which was released on October 5th. This romantic drama also marks the debut of actor Paloma Dhillon, daughter of Poonam Dhillon and producer Ashok Thakeria.
Dono is also the first film directed by Avnish Barjatya, the son of filmmaker Sooraj Barjatya.