Sunny Deol celebrates birthday with Dharmendra and Bobby; pictures go viral

In April 2019, Sunny joined Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and went on to win the Gurdaspur Lok Sabha seat in last year's general elections

Sunny Deol celebrates birthday with Dharmendra and Bobby; pictures go viral

Actors Sunny Deol and Dharmendra. Source: Dharmendra/Instagram.

Mumbai, October 20

Actor-politician Sunny Deol turned 64 on Monday, and his father, veteran actor Dharmendra, and brother, actor Bobby Deol, wished him on social media.

Dharmendra posted a video comprising throwback pictures of Sunny from his younger days. The video was made by a fan of Sunny.

"Remembering Sunny on his Birthday," Dharmendra tweeted.

Younger brother Bobby shared a photo where Sunny flashes his trademark grin. "Happy birthday to the greatest soul! A brother! A Father! A Friend," wrote Bobby.

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With his great blessings 🙏 We celebrated Sunny‘s BIRTH DAY 🥳 Deol Style ....need your good wishes 🙏

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Bobby's Instagram posted has garnered a lot of birthday wishes for Sunny.

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Happy birthday to the greatest soul! A brother! A Father! A Friend! ❤️ @iamsunnydeol

A post shared by Bobby Deol (@iambobbydeol) on

"A very happy birthday to bhaaiji," actor Darshan Kumaar commented.

Sunny's elder son Karan Deol, who made his Bollywood debut last year, also wished the actor. "Happy birthday papa. Love you," wrote Karan, with a picture of him sitting next to Sunny.

A screengrab of Karan Deol's Instagram story.

Sunny Deol made his debut as a Bollywood actor in 1983 with Rahul Rawail's musical superhit "Betaab". He established his space as an action superstar with Rajkumar Santoshi's "Ghayal" (1990), which was produced by Dharmendra, and later went on to entertain the audience in numerous films including "Border", "Damini", "Gadar: Ek Prem Katha", "Ghatak", "Ziddi", "Yateem" and "Dacait" and "Arjun".

His power-packed performances were often highlighted by heavy-duty dialogues, memorably "Dhai kilo ka haath" and "Tarikh pe tarikh".

Sunny also gave direction a shot with "Dillagi" (1999), "Ghayal Once Again" (2016) and "Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas" (2019).

In April 2019, Sunny joined Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and went on to win the Gurdaspur Lok Sabha seat in last year's general elections. IANS

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