Sunny Deol Refuses to Comment on Property Auction Notice by Bank of Baroda
Bollywood actor Sunny Deol has chosen not to comment in detail on the property auction notice issued by the Bank of Baroda. The notice stated that the bank would auction Sunny Deol’s luxury bungalow in Juhu to recover a loan of Rs 56 crores that was given to him.
However, the bank issued a correction the following day, stating that the auction notice had been withdrawn due to technical reasons. In response to the controversy, Sunny Deol simply said, “I do not want to comment. These are personal matters. If I say anything, people will interpret it incorrectly,” as quoted by news agency ANI.
A representative for Sunny Deol also addressed the issue, stating, “We are in the process of resolving this matter, and we request that there be no further speculation.” This statement came shortly after Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar’s team clarified that he did not offer assistance in relieving the loan.
Earlier reports had claimed that Akshay Kumar had offered to pay a large portion of the loan to save Sunny Deol’s bungalow. However, Akshay Kumar’s spokesperson firmly denied these claims, stating that they were “absolutely untrue.”
Despite the controversy surrounding his personal matters, Sunny Deol is celebrating the success of his recent film Gadar 2. The movie has already collected a staggering Rs 377.20 crores nett in India alone within just 10 days of its release. Gadar 2 continues to perform well at the box office and is predicted to set new records.
|Bank of Baroda Auction Notice
|Akshay Kumar’s Alleged Offer
|Gadar 2 Success
|Refuses to comment, calls it personal matter
|Rumors debunked by spokesperson
|Film collects Rs 377.20 crores in India
|Not involved in the matter
|Alleged offer denied by spokesperson