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On Monday, it was reported that Sunny Deol took his father, veteran actor Dharmendra to the US for a health treatment. It was said that the father-son duo will be staying in the US for around 15 days for the treatment. But are the reports true? Well, turns out, Sunny Deol and father Dharmendra are on a holiday. Yes, according to ETimes, Sunny Deol has taken Dharmendra and mother Prakash Kaur on a holiday to meet his sisters Vijayta and Ajeeta, who live in Los Angeles.

Sunny Deol is on a family holiday

The report further adds that Sunny’s mother Prakash recently turned a year older. Sadly, Bobby Deol couldn’t go with his brother and his parents as he is busy with his work.

On the other hand, Sunny and his family members are beyond excited for the release of Rajveer Deol’s Bollywood debut film, Dono. Sunny’s son Rajveer will be seen opposite Poonam Dhillon’s daughter Paloma. So far, the songs and trailer received a good response from the netizens. Dono is set to release on 5th October, 2023.

Coming back to Sunny, he recently delivered a hit with Anil Sharma’s Gadar 2. The actor returned back as Tara Singh in the sequel of the film. Fans loved his performance and showered him with praises. In an interview with Bollywood Bubble, sister Esha Deol too heaped praises on Sunny. The actress shared that she loved his hand-pump scene in the sequel. For the uninitiated, Gadar 2 has crossed Rs 500 crore at the box office.

Sunny’s upcoming movies

Fans are excited about Sunny’s upcoming projects. Earlier there were reports of Sunny doing Border 2, but h made it clear that he hasn’t signed any film yet. In an interview with Ranveer Allahbadia, Sunny said, “The intention shouldn’t be to just make Border 2 but to first tell a good story. Let’s see. The talks are on.”

On the other hand, Sunny has Baap which also stars Mithun Chakraborty, Sanjay Dutt, and Jackie Shroff. The makers are yet to announce Baap’s release date.

Also Read: Naseeruddin Shah takes a sly dig at Sunny Deol’s Gadar 2 for being ‘jingoistic’ & ‘regressive’

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