Sunny Deol eager to work with father, son in one film
Sunny Deol is eager to work with father Dharmendra and son Karan in one film.
Mumbai: Actor-director Sunny Deol believes it would be "beautiful" if there is ever an opportunity for him to work with his father Dharmendra and son Karan in one film.
Asked if he likes the idea of the three generations of Deols coming together in a film, Sunny said: "Why not? Definitely, 100 percent. Everything depends on the script - we all keep working hard, but if we don't like the story, it becomes a bit difficult.
"I would be eager to do it because it will be so beautiful."
When suggested that a family film like "Apne" would be more apt than a comedy entertainer like "Yamla Pagla Deewana -- both of which starred Dharmendra with both his sons Sunny and Bobby -- Sunny agreed.
"Okay, if not a 'Yamla Pagla Deewana', then an 'Apne' type of a film. We will do that... we need to make corrections in life," he quipped.
By 'corrections', Sunny perhaps referred to the average response to the sequel of "Yamla Pagla Deewana".
Sunny also ruled out the possibility of a cameo by either Dharmendra or Karan in his forthcoming film "Ghayal Once Again".
He said he will launch Karan in 2016 with a film that he may direct.
Any tips for the youngster?
"We don't give tips to anyone. He has grown up in the house with all of us, so he has definitely grown up knowing what has to be done and not to be done.
"As a father, we give our full effort to support them (children) in whatever they wish to do. My guidance to him has always been, 'Do what you want to do and not what I want you to do because I did what I wanted to do and that's the way life should be'," he said.
"Ghayal Once Again" will release on February 5.