Filmmaker Anil Sharma says he is all set to wrap up shooting the Sunny Deol film Singh Sahab The Great with some never seen before action sequences.
Despite aggressive promotion and marketing by Deols, their home production Yamla Pagla Deewana 2 made a tepid start at the box office, raking in approximately Rs.16.6 crore in the first two days of its release.
It's Bollywood versus Hollywood at the box office today with big ticket outings from both industries such as Yamla Pagla Deewana 2 and After Earth respectively up for release.
Sunny Deol says he wanted to make a sequel of his 1990 film Ghayal soon after its release but did not find enough support at that time.
Actress Esha Deol has refuted rumours about being pregnant.
After making a successful debut in southern cinema with Chirutha, Neha Sharma was disappointed when her Bollywood debut Crook bombed at the box office. She says she was in denial after that.
It seems that Punjabi tadka will rule the box office this weekend with heavy duty entertainment Yamla Pagla Deewana 2 hitting the screens on Friday.
Action king Dharmendra admits his drinking habit in the past destroyed him as an actor but he is coming to terms with his films.
Australian model-actress Kristina Akheeva is part of the Deols' home production Yamla Pagla Deewana 2. While working on the film she got to spend time with yesteryears star Dharmendra and was inspired by his life story.
He enjoys a huge fan club and many would be idolising him, but for Sunny Deol his "protective" father Dharmendra, Bollywood's 'He Man' of the 1960s and 1970s, is his all-time favourite hero.
The anecdotes about Dharmendra's love for liquor are far too many. The veteran actor now reveals that he has given up drinking for good.
Director Sangeeth Sivan will explore the intricate relationship between a father and a son on a road trip in his upcoming film Cheers, which will star Dharmendra and Bobby Deol in lead roles.