AIRPORT DIARIES: Sunny Deol, Bobby Deol Return From Bangkok

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It was a balmy summer’s evening in the film capital of India, i.e. Mumbai, where Sunny Deol and Bobby Deol were spotted at the airport, returning from their shooting together in Bangkok.
It was a balmy summer’s evening in the film capital of India, i.e. Mumbai, where Sunny Deol and Bobby Deol were spotted at the airport, returning from their shooting together in Bangkok.

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MUMBAI: It was a balmy summer’s evening in the film capital of India, i.e. Mumbai, where Deol brothers Sunny and Bobby Deol were spotted at the airport, returning from their shooting together in Bangkok.

Dharmendra’s handsome sons Sunny and Bobby caused quite a flutter at the airport, when they landed in the city. Sunny looked fit, handsome and muscular as always, in an olive green sweatshirt and a pair of faded blue jeans, while brother Bobby kept it even more casual in an ink blue shirt and cut-off jeans, with a pair of black slippers (which looked oh-so-comfy!)

The handsome Bobby Deol, with his shock of curly hair, was spotted with some truly unique and humorous expressions on his face, while interacting with a reporter and  getting into his car.

Interestingly, we hear that Sunny is all set to launch his young son Karan in the film industry. Karan Deol is reportedly assisting director Sangeeth Sivan, and has even sung a number in his dad’s forthcoming film, the sequel to ‘Yamla Pagla Deewana.’

Said a proud papa Sunny, speaking about his 17 year-old son’s film foray: “There is an interesting song, which I can’t really speak about at length right now. My son sings, writes lyrics and he has been rapping too, so I asked him to contribute. He has written a part of the song and has sung it as well.”

Elaborating further, Sunny added that, “It’s a number for 99 per cent of the people who identify with papa (Dharmendra), in that they want to dance but can’t do it very well. Everyone can’t be Hrithik Roshan.”

Sunny also said that he believes in getting Karan comfortable with films before formally launching him. “We are going to launch him soon, so we want him to be comfortable before that,” said Sunny.