Sunny Deol has a tight lip about the debut of his son Karan's Bollywood, but says that the young actor in the film industry will have to stand his ground.
Sunny launches his son with "Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas", which he also directs.
"When I came into the industry, I was mentally prepared, I'm sure he will come in the way I came in." The rest is to him how he portrays himself, the subjects he chooses, how he does the work and that is all about him.
"As a father I am always there, but I can not work for him or select things for him, it is up to us what we become as individuals," Sunny told PTI.
"Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas" lends his title of one of the popular songs from Dharemdra's film "Chantage".
Karan has assisted director Sangeeth Sivan in "Yamla Pagla Deewana 2", starring Sunny, Bobby and Dharmendra.
Meanwhile, when asked if he would like to see a biopic of his father Dharmendra, Sunny said it would be a difficult task to make a film about the life of the veteran actor.
"It's going to be a very difficult job because you need a director and a writer who can spend two to three years and can not just make something just like that, but rather work on the subject and get the nuances right."
Sunny is currently promoting "Yamla Pagla Deewana: Phir Se" that is scheduled to be released on August 31st.
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