Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas: Sunny Deol wraps the Manali schedule of son Karan Deol's debut film

Sunny Deol is all set to launch his son Karan Deol with the film Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas.
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Sunny Deol is all set to launch his son Karan Deol with the film Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas. The movie will be directed by Sunny and jointly produced by Zee Studios and Dharmendra. Sunny and the whole team was in Manali and now the team will head to Delhi for the next schedule of the film. Sunny Deol took to Instagram to to share the pictures from the sets. 
Talking about it, Sunny stated, "Life has come a full circle. My father launched me and now, I am launching my son. Karan is extremely passionate about his acting career and I am sure he will make everyone proud. I'm glad he will be making his debut with Zee Studios backing the project. I have full conviction in them and that they will leave no stone unturned to give the film its due." 
Sujay Kutty, the business head of the studio said, "We have had a successful association with Sunny Deol in the past and this time too, we look forward to a fruitful collaboration. The film is a fresh, young love story and Karan is the new actor in Bollywood to watch out for."
The title of the film is derived from one of Dharmendra's favourite romantic songs from the film Blackmail released in the year 1973. 
Check out the post: 

Left Manali with snow. #palpaldilkepaas #ppdkp #snow

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Nepotism is in every industry including non-film related industries. It's just more apparent and criticized in Bollywood.

At least his son is not over exposed we dont see him coming out of gym of resturants

Yes! Although Karan doesn't seem like actor/hero material, I would rather watch him than the Jhanvi/Sara circus parade of going to the gym and dance rehearsals that gets posted everyday.

Another nepotism ki aulaad. GTFO!

and then they blame Kangana for trending the controversy of Nepotism.

Omg no.

Nepotism at its peak.

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