Sunny Deol postpone release of “Pal Pal Dil Ke Pass” for parliamentary oath

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The newly turned MP of Gurdaspur constituency of Punjab, Sunny Deol has pushed down the date of release of his son debut film “Pal Pal Dil Ke Pass” to 20th September from 19th July this year.

He has taken this decision deliberately as he is busy with his newly engaged political commitments where he has to ensure and chalk out the plan of development in the constituency.

Parallel to this he also knows the importance of launching his son on a big screen. So just to avoid the divided action Sunny prolonged the release.

The movie featuring Karan Deol as the main lead actor, and commencing his career in the movie industry with debut actress Sahher Bambba. As per the recent reports, the movie is about to wrap up, it’s done with a major chunk of shooting while it’s just left with parts and parcel of shoots.

Postponing the date further in September will now clash with Sonam Kapoor’s The Zoya Factor at the box office.

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