Karan And Sunny Deol’s Debut Project: Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas Fails To Get Near To The Heart Of Box-Office Audience   

When it comes to Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas it is a debut project for the Father-Son Duo in its own way. For Father cum Veteran Actor: Sunny Deol it marks his debut as a director. While on the other hand, it marks the debut of his Son: Karan Deol as an actor in the film industry.

Karan Sunny Deol Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas
Karan Sunny Deol Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas

But we are sorry to inform our readers that Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas has failed to make a recognizable debut on box-office. While father Sunny Deol has delivered a lot of successful films as an actor till date. We will have to wait longer to see this father-son duo prove their talents as a director and actor respectively on the box-office.

Meanwhile, here’s an insight into the film’s story:

Karan Sehgal (Karan Deol) owns an elite trekking club called ‘Camp Ujhi’ in Manali, which is quite popular both among tourists & celebrities. On the other hand, Saher Sethi (Sahher Bambba), a top vlogger takes up an assignment to review ‘Camp Ujhi’ in order to escape from a family reunion.

When Saher learns that the club charges a bomb for its services. She is certain that the camp is a scam and decides to bust it. On the other hand, Karan promises to make it her most life-changing experience. After a week of some high-adrenaline adventure in the mountains, Karan and Saher start falling for each other. Just when things are going in the right direction, Saher’s ex-boyfriend makes entry and tries to play spoilsport.

Talking about the performances of the lead couple. Karan has a long way to go, especially when it comes to his dialogue-delivery. Whereas newbie Sahher Bambba is promising and lends an honest performance.

This box-office product is clear evidence to the saying that talent is something that cannot be handed over even to your near and dear ones. It has to be polished with hard work. Karan is Sunny’s son, so he wasn’t subjected to auditions as it was his father’s home production. On the other hand, Sahher Bambba had a competition of 400 during her auditions.


Gaurav Gupta

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