Sunny Deol’s son Rajveer Deol to debut from Sooraj Barjatya’s next: Reports

Reportedly, the coming-of-age love tale was initially offered to Kartik Aaryan and Meezaan Jaffrey. The stars were in discussions for the film nonetheless a source disclosed to ETimes, “It is a mystery why Kartik and Meezaan didn’t do the film”.

Rajshri productions have been in the field of cinema for ages. One of the most flourishing Hindi filmmakers of all time, Sooraj Barjatya has endowed the heredity with page-turner megahits like ‘Maine Pyaar Kiya’, ‘Hum Aapke Hain Kaun’, ‘Hum Saath Saath Hain’, ‘Vivah’, and ‘Prem Ratan Dhan Payo’ amongst others. For maximum of these blockbusters, Salman Khan has been the lead choice. Now, Sooraj’s son Avnish Barjatya is starting to put forward his steps into the world of cinema. According to recent report in ETimes, Sunny Deol’s younger son Rajveer Deol will be making his Bollywood kickstart with Avnish’s directorial.

Reportedly, the coming-of-age love tale was initially offered to Kartik Aaryan and Meezaan Jaffrey. The stars were in discussions for the film nonetheless a source disclosed to ETimes, “It is a mystery why Kartik and Meezaan didn’t do the film. It all seemed set when Kartik was in talks and ditto when Meezaan. However, now everything is settled. It’s Rajveer. The rest of the cast is soon going to be worked out. As for the female lead opposite Rajveer, it will be a new girl.”

Sunny Deol’s elder son Karan Deol made his Bollywood debut in a movie backed by his father. However, ‘Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas’ failed to influence the audience as well as the critics. Speaking about life post debut, Karan confessed to HT, “After my debut, I was left on my own. I’ve been taking all decisions on my own. Dad (Sunny Deol) said, ‘You be your person, take your calls, learn from your 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.”

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