New Delhi: Sunny Deol’s younger son Rajveer Deol gears up for his debut in Bollywood. He will be seen collaborating with Sooraj Barjatya’s younger son Avnish Barjatya for a coming-of-age love story. The news is shared by Rajveer’s grandfather and veteran actor Dharmendra.
On Wednesday in his tweet, Dharmendra asked his fans to “shower the same love and affection” that he and his sons Bobby and Sunny have received over the years. He tweeted, “Introducing my grandson Rajveer Deol to the world of cinema along with Avnish Barjatya’s directorial debut. I humbly request you all to shower the same love and affection on both the kids as you have on me. Good luck and God bless.”
Sunny also shared the announcement and wrote, “My son Rajveer starts his journey as an actor.Rajshri Productions proudly announces the collaboration of Rajveer Deol and Avnish Barjatya in a coming -of-age love story.A beautiful journey awaits ahead.”
Rajveer’s uncle Bobby Deol also extended his support. “On the way to realise his dream …Rajshri Productions proudly announces the collaboration of Rajveer Deol & Avnish Barjatya in a coming-of-age love story. A beautiful journey awaits ahead,” he tweeted.
Meanwhile, the official Instagram page of Rajshri Productions also announced Rajveer Deol’s association with the project and wrote: “Rajshri Productions proudly announces the collaboration of Rajveer Deol and Avnish Barjatya in a coming-of-age love story. A beautiful journey awaits ahead.”
The yet-to-be-titled movie not only marks Rajveer’s debut but also marks director Sooraj R. Barjatya’s son Avnish S. Barjatya’s debut as a director. Talking about him, Avnish Barjatya said in a statement, “Rajveer speaks with his eyes. He has a silent charisma and is tremendously hard-working. The more time we spent talking about the project, the more I began to see Rajveer as the protagonist in my film.
Rajveer’s elder brother Karan Deol made his Bollywood debut with ‘Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas’ which marked Sunny’s directorial debut as well. The movie received mixed response from the audience and the critics alike.