After a not-so-flattering debut, Sunny Deol’s son Karan Deol is up with his second release Velle. Backed by superstar Ajay Devgn, the film is directed by debutante Deven Munjal and is an adaptation of the 2019 Telugu movie Brochevarevarura. The rom-com will see Karan play Rahul, a school student, who along with his friends (Savant Singh Premi, Visshesh Tiwari and Anya Singh), gets involved in a kidnapping case.
Karan opened up about reliving his school life through Velle. When asked what decides his choice of films, the young actor said, “My choices are basically dependent on what attracts me, and what I believe in as an actor. I think there’s no point in taking up a role that doesn’t excite you as that will automatically show on camera. I have always believed that the camera is your best friend and worst enemy because it can capture your truest self. If you are not connected or convinced, you will never be able to play the part. I did relate to Rahul at some level and the film reminds one of their fun, carefree life. I think these were the factors for me.”