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Lucky are the ones who get to live with their grandparents! The moment they see you their eyes light up, they love you like you’re the most precious person in the world, they want nothing but the best for their ‘jigar da tukdas’, they always take your side in front of your parents; such is the unconditional love of grandparents. And there couldn’t be prouder moment for them than the time when you begin your career and become independent. Veteran star, Dharmendra is feeling that joy as his grandson, Karan Deol is all set to make his debut in Bollywood and has already got a warm welcome from everyone with the trailer. (Also Read: Bollywood Celeb Kids And Beautiful Bond Of Love, Respect And Care They Share With Their Grandparents)
Just like the good looks, charming personality and the best genes were passed on by Dharmendra to his son, Sunny Deol, it seems they have further been passed on to the latter’s son, Karan Deol. The 28-year-old, Karan is now all set to follow his star family’s footsteps and make his debut in the industry. And it is his father, Sunny, who is launching his son in his directorial film, Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas, which is slated to release on September 20, 2019.
Despite belonging from the star family, Karan Deol is all set to create his own niche in the industry. His proud grandfather, Dharmendra had recorded a beautiful message for Karan to mark his new beginning in Bollywood and had captioned it, “Karan aur Sahher ko, PPDKP ki kamyaabi ke liye duayen bheji hain aap ne. Nek DIL hain aap. Aap sab ko, Dharam (Grand father) ka JI JAAN se pyaar kuchh, aap ke liye bade pyaar se. shaid achha lage aap ko.”
In the video, Dharamendra had said, “Naseehat hai kuch jo mere badon ne mujhe di thi, aaj aap sabko de dena chahta hun. Linein toh meri hai, Ki Tavakkon na karo udasiyaan aur badhengi, Tavakkon (expectation) khudhi se jio, zindagi sawar jaegi. Chal uth kahi chal, Chal uth kahi chal kahi bhi chal, bathe baithe so jaega, sona nahi, ghadi sone ke bihai nahi. I think isse aap kaafi kahi kuch seekh sakhte hai. Love you all, Muaah.” (Also Read: Sara Ali Khan's Beauty Secret Is Dadi Sharmila Tagore Ke Nuske, It Is Something Everyone Must Follow)
In another video that he shared a few hours ago, Dharmendra wrote an inspirational caption for the newcomers. He wrote, “With love to every newcomer. Shabaash. nek nasehat. ek dua. kamyabi ki kisi badi intiha ke liye.” In the video, he said, “Chal pade hai, to pohonchenge bhi. Aur pohonch kar, sajayenge manzil kuch is tarah ki chalet hue ruk jaaye, dekhein, aur keh uthe… waah! Goonj waah waah ki fir goonj uthe yahan wahan kahan kahan. Aur goonje waah waah ki aur namrata me meri, namrata aur aa jaaye. Main ruk jaun, palat ke jhuk jaun, karun shukarana ada har kisi ka. Fir rukenge jo daat dene ke liye, chalenge dua dete hue. Chalte raho dharam, yeh manzil to padhao hai tere liye. Doston yeh meri taraf se har newcomer ke liye ek sabak, ek dua hai. Jeetein rahe. Love you.”
In an interview with the Mumbai Mirror, Sunny Deol, who is directing his son, Karan Deol’s debut film, had talked about what a newcomer needs when they are taking their baby steps in the industry. Expressing his nervousness to direct Karan as he was skeptical if he will be able to handle things, Sunny had stated, "I remind myself that I did, so he will too. Still, given that he comes from a protective family, it’s good I’ve directed his first film. It’s important for a newcomer to be fathered and while filmmakers in our time were more approachable, the scenario has changed today. "I was the first in our generation to be launched and this film made me realise what my dad (Dharmendra) must have gone through during Betaab (Sunny's debut film). Unless you become a father yourself, you can’t empathise with this pain, fear and love."
In another interview, Sunny Deol had admitted that juggling the dual role of a director and father can be unnerving. He was quoted as saying, "For any father whose son is starting out, it's normal to feel nervous. It's not difficult for me to direct him; I have to work hard with him, just like I would have to with any other newcomer. None of my kids want to learn martial arts, build six-pack abs or learn a certain kind of dancing. These are tools for an actor, but they aren't a necessity. Karan wants to be an actor first, he wants to attain stardom by delivering successful films." (Also Read: 10 Star Kids (Sons) Who Have Grown Up To Look Like Their Fathers, Sharing The Uncanny Resemblance)
We wish Karan all the best for his debut film!
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