In an interview, Hema Malini opened up about the Deol’s reunion. Talking about Esha, Sunny and Bobby’s reunion the actress said, 'I am feeling very happy'
In Pic: Hema Malini, Sunny Deol and Esha Deol (Pic/Instagram)
Celebrating the successful release of 'Gadar 2', Esha Deol arranged a special screening of the movie in Mumbai, recently. The screening was attended by the lead of the film Sunny Deol and Bobby Deol came in to cheer for his brother. Now, in an interview with News18, Hema Malini opened up about the Deols' reunion.
Talking about Esha, Sunny and Bobby’s reunion, the veteran actress said, “I am feeling very happy, I do not feel it is something new because it is very normal. Many times they keep coming home and all but we do not publish it anywhere, we are not the type to take pictures and immediately put it up on Instagram. We are not that kind of a family."
“We are all very much together, always together. Any problem we are always together with each other. So, the press got it and it is nice, they are happy about it, and I am also happy,” she added.
Talking about the bond the family shares, Hema said, “It is funny how people make it look like we are separated. We are always together, the whole family is with us. For certain reasons, they were not in the marriage and that is a different matter. But Sunny, Bobby always come during Raksha Bandhan since the beginning.”
Recently, while interacting with the media, the ‘Sholay’ actress praised Sunny’s performance and said, "Bohot hi achha laga. Jo expected tha waise hi tha. Bohot hi interesting hai. Aisa lag raha tha ki 70s aur 80s ka uss zamane ke film ke zaisa ek daur hai. Anil Sharma Ji ne bohot beautiful direction kiya hai aur Sunny (Deol) is superb. Utkarsh ne bhi bohot sundar acting kiya hai. It's a nice message for India and Pakistan. (It was very interesting, as expected. I felt nostalgic. Anil Sharma ji has directed the film very nicely, Sunny was superb and Utkarsh too was amazing.)"
'Gadar 2,' starring Sunny Deol and Ameesha Patel, has been a box office success in India, making over 300 crore. The film, directed by Anil Sharma and produced by Zed Studios, was released on August 11. It is set in 1971 and follows Tara Singh (Sunny's character) attempt to save his son, Charanjeet Singh (Utkarsh Sharma), from the Pakistani Army.