Karan Deol wedding reunites the Deol Family in Mumbai

Karan Deol wedding reunites the Deol Family in Mumbai on Monday in the pre-wedding party as videos emerge online. Sunny Deol’s son Karan Deol wedding is scheduled for 18th June at Taj Lands End in Mumbai with Drisha Acharya who happens to be the great-granddaughter of the infamous director Bimal Roy.

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Karan Deol wedding – The Deol Family get-together

Sunny Deol, the father of the groom along with his brothers Bobby Deol and Abhay Deol were seen posing for the shutterbugs together during the function. Videos emerging from the venue show Sunny entertaining the guests and the entire has been decked up with yellow lights and yellow flowers hanging from ceilings. While Sunny wore a blue shirt with denim pants, Bobby looked handsome in a white shirt and black trousers. Abhay looked casual in a black t-shirt with a green vest and pants.

Karan Deol wedding – A brief on the groom

Karan happens to be the 1st child of Sunny Deol and Pooja Deol and is also the elder brother of Rajveer Deol. Karan started his career in the industry as an Assistant Director for YamlaPagla Deewana 2 where he had roped in Dilit Dosanjh for the movie for a song. Karan made his Bollywood debut with Pal PalDilKePaas and will be next seen in Apne 2. Directed by Anil Sharma, the film will also star Dharmendra, Sunny Deol and Bobby Deol.

The latest news that Dharmendra will be attending Karan Deol wedding has been rife throughout, although he had excused himself from the pre-wedding party or the other rituals and celebrations. Dharmendra had quoted that the same to the media saying that he would be available only for the marriage celebration with the family. However, in Karan Deolwedding, Sunny shared his joy at his son getting married saying that the event has been long awaited in the family. The long list of invitees to the wedding includes the Bachchan family, Jackie Shroff, Anil Kapoor and many others.

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