Actor Sunny Deol reportedly took over the box office by storm when his movie Gadar 2 opened to outstanding figures. He has worked hard to promote the film nationwide for the past few months. However, reports concerning Sunny’s financial difficulties, notably the refusal to pay off outstanding debts totalling Rs 56 crore for his Juhu house, emerged yesterday. This situation resulted in the potential auction of the property. In a recent turn of events, the Bank of Baroda has cancelled the notice of the auctions for technical reasons.
A report in India Today states that the Bank of Baroda has retracted the auction notice for Sunny Deol’s Juhu property for technical reasons. The statement says, “Corrigendum to E-Auction Sale Notice dated 19.08.2023 published in The Times of India Mumbai Edition (Pg.3) dated 20.08.2023 with regards to Sale Notice in respect of Mr Ajay Sing Deol Alias Mr Sunny Deol Stands Withdrawn due to Technical Reasons for the below-mentioned Property: All That piece and parcel of land bearing Survey No. 41 Hissa No 5 (Pt) CTS No. 173 of Village Juhu Taluka Andheri Mumbai Suburban Dist, Admeasuring 599.44 Sq Mtrs underneath a structure known as Sunny Villa situated at Gandhigram Road Juhu Mumbai 400049. Bearing New Municipal assessment No. 00121047 situated in registration District and Sub-district of Mumbai Suburban.”
The Times of India had earlier claimed that Sunny’s home, named Sunny Villa, in the posh Juhu area of Mumbai, was being put up for auction because of unpaid debts. Sunny Super Sound, a post-production studio, and the Deol family office are located on the property. The actor received a notice from the Bank of Baroda that his home would be auctioned on September 25, 2023, if he didn’t pay the outstanding amount of Rs 55,99 crore. Dharmendra, Sunny’s father, was a guarantor for the loan Sunny took out in the amount of 55,99,80,766.33. Sunny hasn’t yet commented on the situation.
Source: India Today