'Log galat matlab nikalenge': Sunny Deol breaks his silence on financial crisis fiasco

    Sunny Deol reacts on his property going for auction over non-payment of dues. 


    Sunny Deol is basking in the humongous success of Gadar 2. The movie has broken all records and has reached the Rs 400 crore mark. However, amidst this, the veteran actor also grabbed eyeballs after it was reported that his Juhu bungalow named Sunny Villa is going for auction due to non-payment of dues worth Rs 56 crore.

    Talking about the same, Sunny Deol has now broken his silence on the fiasco. In an interaction with NDTV, Sunny has now refused to comment on the matter since it will give leeway to people for dissecting his statement in another way. The Ghayal actor said, “I don't want to say anything; people will interpret it incorrectly.” A statement in India Today also revealed that Sunny has requested everyone to not analyze further on this controversy. He further said, “We are in the process of resolving this issue and the issue will be resolved. We request no further speculation on the same."

    Meanwhile, apart from this, there were also rumors that actor Akshay Kumar has agreed to help Sunny Deol clear off the dues through a payment of almost Rs 30 to 40 crore. However, later the Phir Hera Pheri actor’s spokesperson commented on the matter and called it false. The statement said, “The report is absolutely untrue". It was earlier reported that the Bank Of Baroda had put Sunny’s bungalow on auction after he defaulted Rs 55.99 crore in December last year. However, later, reports suggest that the auction notice has been withdrawn by the bank.

    On the work front, Sunny Deol’s Gadar 2 has raged such a thunderstorm at the box office that the actor will now be back with a sequel of his other blockbuster film. We are talking about the 1997 movie Border. Sunny will be the only cast member from the original film to star in the sequel.