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EXCLUSIVE: Sunny Deol REACTS to son Karan Deol getting bullied in school for being his son

In an EXCLUSIVE chat with Pinkvilla, Sunny reacted to his son Karan Deol getting bullied in school for being his son and how he himself has been a victim of the same.
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Sunny Deol returns as the director for the third time after Dillagi and Ghayal Once Again with Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas. He will be introducing his son Karan Deol with the movie alongside Sahher Bambba. Speaking fondly on the director, working on the movie, debut and more, Sunny Deol, Karan Deol and Sahher took a walk down the memory lane drawing parallels to their family's legacy. In an EXCLUSIVE chat with Pinkvilla, Sunny reacted to his son Karan Deol getting bullied in school for being his son and how he himself has been a victim of the same. 

He recounted, "I did not get to know too much about it (bullying) because the filter point has always been the mom. We have all been like that, mother has been the cushioning factor, always. That's the same with Rocky (Karan) as well. Obviously, he has gone through it. I think any guy or girl who is the son or daughter of a famous person goes through it. I had gone through it." He revealed, "I had changed nearly 4-5 schools myself because of all these issues but then one has to accept that this is a fact and that you cannot run away from it. People are going to treat you like that, either they will be nice or horrible to you. That is why when I was to start my career, I went abroad where nobody knows me and I could find my footing and understand what I want to do and how I want to do. I think Karan also went through the same. It is good that he spoke because people usually think everything is good because we don't talk about it too much. The grass is always greener on the other side."

To this, Karan added, "I think it is to any kid who is quiet and daydreamer, people don't speak to you and form judgements. Don't judge a book by its cover because that kid might be having his own problem and life, and he might be having his own talent but is perhaps afraid to showcase it."

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Speaking about how he fought back, Karan revisited, "It was at a coffee house when I rapped Mocking Bird. The first time, in my life, I performed on stage when I was in 9th or 10th and I was nervous. I spoke to my dada about it, mom saw it, dad saw it later and it was one of the proud moments for me as I beat my stage fright. That point people make you feel that you are not good enough but who are they to make you feel that way?"

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