Updated: November 30, 2020 4:41:09 pm
Veteran actor Dharmendra is all set to share screen space with his sons Sunny and Bobby Deol and grandson Karan Deol in the sequel to the 2007 release Apne. The makers confirmed that the upcoming movie will go on floors in March next year and will be shot in Punjab and Europe.
Speaking about Apne 2, Dharmendra said in a statement on Monday, “Apne is one of the best films of my life. A joint effort by the whole unit, received very well by you all. Now, I’m very happy because I will get to shoot Apne 2 with my entire family – my sons Sunny, Bobby and my grandson Karan. It will be a very special film and I am looking forward to shoot.”
Babaji ke aashirwaad aur aapke pyaar ki wajah se aaj hum vapas ek sath nazar aayenge. Feeling blessed to get a chance to work with my father, brother again this time with my son. #Apne2, in cinemas Diwali 2021 pic.twitter.com/XqfLJue01K
Khushiyan apno ke sang hi baati jaati hain, #GuruNanakDev ke aashirwad se mere saath aa rahe hain mere apne @aapkadharam @iamsunnydeol @thedeol & #KaranDeol in #Apne2! Khushiyan aur khilengi jab milega aapka aur humara parivaar Diwali 2021 mein. @SohamRockstrEnt @DeepakMukut pic.twitter.com/EYZpoui4Y6
— Anil Sharma (@Anilsharma_dir) November 30, 2020
Apne 2 is touted to take the action and drama of the first film one notch higher. It is expected to release on Diwali 2021.
Dharmendra on Sunday took to his Twitter handle and made the announcement of Apne 2. Sharing Apne’s title track, the actor wrote, “With his blessings and your good wishes, we have decided to give you APNE2.”
With his blessings 👋👋👋👋👋 your good wishes, we have decided to give you APNE2 💝🙏 pic.twitter.com/e7JdnkHtSM
— Dharmendra Deol (@aapkadharam) November 29, 2020
Apne 2 will be directed by Anil Sharma and produced by Deepak Mukut.
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