Bank of Baroda has withdrawn the notice to auction actor Sunny Deol’s Juhu bungalow, which was put up for sale over the recovery of a Rs 56 crore debt. The bank cited “technical reasons” for the withdrawal of the e-auction notice. Initially scheduled to be auctioned on September 25, Sunny Villa, as it is known, had a reserve price of Rs 51.43 crore.
In a corrigendum, the bank stated that the e-auction sale notice for Mr. Ajay Sing Deol, also known as Sunny Deol, stands withdrawn due to technical reasons. The property in question is located in Juhu, Mumbai and is described as all that piece and parcel of land with a structure known as Sunny Villa.
The news comes amidst the success of Sunny Deol’s latest movie, Gadar 2, which has garnered significant attention at the box office. The film, also featuring Ameesha Patel, is estimated to have earned Rs 377.20 crore in India, with Rs 41 crore earned on the tenth day alone.
Gadar 2, a sequel to Gadar: Ek Prem Katha, has managed to be a box office hit despite facing competition from Akshay Kumar’s OMG 2. Both movies have seen impressive collections, with OMG 2 earning Rs 114 crore.
In Gadar 2, Sunny Deol’s character, Tara Singh, once again crosses the border to Pakistan, this time to rescue his son, Charanjeet Singh.
– Bank of Baroda
– The Times of India