Sunny Deol, who has been basking on the super success of his film, ‘Gadar 2’, was recently spotted at a clinic in the city. Interestingly, Dimple Kapadia was also spotted at the same clinic during the same time.
Check out the photo here:

Sunny Deol- Dimple Kapadia

A purported video capturing them leaving the eye clinic separately has surfaced on social media, quickly gaining traction across various platforms.

Sunny opted for a casual look in a polo t-shirt and trousers, while Dimple was dressed in an all-black outfit. As soon as the video went viral, comments poured in from all sides. While one wrote, ‘This whole setup is so weird’, another one added, ‘Feels like Charles and Camilia situation’.

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Sunny and Dimple have collaborated on approximately five films, including ‘Manzil Manzil,’ ‘Arjun,’ ‘Narsimha,’ and ‘Aag Ka Gola.’
Several months back, Dimple garnered attention when she attended a Mumbai theatre to watch Sunny’s blockbuster movie, Gadar 2. Dimple made a unique style statement for her movie outing, donning a white shirt and black trousers. She complemented her look with a black hat and nerdy glasses. Dimple graciously greeted the paparazzi stationed outside the theatre before heading into her car.

Sunny had reportedly tied the knot with Pooja around the release of his debut film Betab (1983), in which he was paired opposite Amrita Singh.
In June of this year, Sunny and Pooja’s son, Karan Deol, tied the knot with his longtime girlfriend, Drisha Acharya, in the company of their families and close friends. The Deols further celebrated the union with a lavish wedding reception in Mumbai, graced by the presence of several prominent figures from the Bollywood industry.

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