Bobby Deol extends Lohri wishes to his fans: Festivals are extra special jab saath hon Apne

Bobby Deol took to his social media handles to extend his Lohri wishes to his fans. Along with his wishes, the actor shared a picture of himself along with his father Dharmendra and brother Sunny Deol.

Check out the picture here:

While Bobby is seen looking dapper as ever in his black printed tee, Sunny looks dashing in his blue hoodie. Dharmendra, on the other hand, looks handsome in his green shirt and black cap.

Along with the lovely picture, Bobby wrote, ‘Festivals are extra special jab saath hon Apne. Wish you all a very happy #Lohri, #MakarSankranti, #Pongal, #Bihu and #Uttarayan #Apne2’

While Bobby is seen looking dapper as ever in his black printed tee, Sunny looks dashing in his blue hoodie. Dharmendra, on the other hand, looks handsome in his green shirt and black cap.

Along with the lovely picture, Bobby wrote, ‘Festivals are extra special jab saath hon Apne. Wish you all a very happy #Lohri, #MakarSankranti, #Pongal, #Bihu and #Uttarayan #Apne2’

After entertaining the audience with ‘Apne’, the Deols are all set with the sequel of the film. This time, the movie will feature three generations of Deols with the new addition of Karan Deol.

Spilling the beans on the same in an exclusive interview with director Anil Sharma, he said, “We are planning to make a proper sequel where the story from the first instalment will be taken forward. Sunny had a kid in ‘Apne’. If we are making a film now, we have to show the 14 years later part where the kid will be all grown-up. Instead of casting somebody else, I thought why not cast his real son in the movie. Who better than Karan can play the role of Sunny’s son?’

Elaborating further, he added, “I also thought that if we bring all the three generations of the Deols together, it will create a lot of excitement amongst the fans. Even as a director, I am elated to work with the three-generation of Deols. I have worked with Dharam Ji right from ‘The Burning Train’ where I was an Assistant Director to Baldev Raj Chopra. Then I directed him in ‘Hukumat’, ‘Elaan-E-Jung’, ‘Farishtay’ and then ‘Apne’.’