Sunny Deol’s Property Faces Auction Over Unpaid Debts

Due to unpaid debts, the Bank of Baroda, a government-owned institution in India, has conducted an auction of Bollywood actor Sunny Deol’s residence. The actor, who also serves as a Member of Parliament for the BJP, owed a total of Rs 56 crore. The auction of his property took place on August 25, following an anonymous advertisement placed by the bank in newspapers soliciting bids for the auction.

Details regarding when Sunny Deol took out the loan and its exact amount were not disclosed in the notification. Nevertheless, the notification emphasized the urgency for Sunny Deol to settle his outstanding dues promptly, warning that failure to do so would result in the sale of his property.

It’s worth noting that despite this financial setback, Sunny Deol’s latest film, ‘Ghadar 2,’ has been a resounding success at the Indian box office. In under ten days, the film has generated a remarkable revenue of 300 crores.

Additionally, Sunny Deol has been a Member of Parliament representing the ruling BJP since 2019. Prior to him, this seat was held by actor Vinod Khanna, who was elected from the Congress party.

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