Sons don’t play a role in professional choices: Sunny Deol 

New Delhi, Feb 3 (IANS) Sunny Deol, who is awaiting the release of his forthcoming film “Ghayal Once Again”, says his choice of work is not driven in any way by his sons Karan and Rajveer.

Asked if his sons play a role in the way he chooses his projects, Sunny told reporters here: “No, not really. That has never been neither I have with my dad… We are all basically together but at the same time we are very individual with each other.”

The 58-year-old actor’s elder son Karan is prepping for his launch into filmdom. And Sunny hinted that after the release of the “Ghayal” sequel, he will launch his son.

“Karan is doing very well. He is waiting for my film to release and after ‘Ghayal Once Again’, I will talk about my son’s debut. That is the next thing I will be doing,” said the “Ghatak: Lethal” star.

Produced by veteran actor Dharmendra, “Ghayal Once Again”, which will see Sunny playing a media personality, also stars actors Soha Ali Khan and Tisca Chopra.

The film, which is releasing on Friday is high on action, which is co-ordinated by Dan Bradley, who has done action for films like “The Bourne Ultimatum” and “The Bourne Identity”.

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Had been egging on director for ‘Fukrey’ sequel: Ali Fazal

Actor Ali Fazal, who will be seen in the sequel of “Fukrey”, says the movie’s team had been urging director Mrigdeep Singh Lamba to make another “masterpiece”.

“Fukrey” came out three years ago and featured actors Pulkit Samrat, Varun Sharma, Manjot Singh, Ali Fazal and Richa Chadha.

Sharing his excitement about the sequel, Ali said in a statement: “Oh I am thrilled to hear about this… I think in our own ways, we have been egging Mrig to bring out another masterpiece.

“So finally some ideas came together and ‘Fukrey Part 2’ has come into being. I think we begin in August, so I am trying to wrap up all my movie work before that and have enough time to prep for the second part.”

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Aditya didn’t have to read ‘Great Expectations’ for ‘Fitoor’

Aditya Roy Kapur says director Abhishek Kapoor didn’t want him to read “Great Expectations” for “Fitoor”, which is based on the Charles Dickens book.

“Abhishek wanted me to play Noor according to his vision of the character and did not want me to read any book or watch any film before the release of our film,” Aditya said in a statement.

Abhishek wanted to pass on his vision of Noor to Aditya so that the “Aashiqui 2” actor could deliver the director’s version of the character rather than the one from the book.

Co-produced by Siddharth Roy Kapur and Abhishek Kapoor, “Fitoor” is all set to release on February 12. It also stars Katrina Kaif and Tabu.

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