Sunny Deol, whose real name is Ajay Singh Deol, started his acting career over 35 years ago, back in 1983.
Since then he appeared in many successful movies and TV shows.
He also starred in many commercials along other famous Indian actors and actresses which brought him additional revenue.
Apart from acting, he also worked as a producer and director in many films.
His wealth is currently estimated at $56 million and he is still working, although he doesn't have to.
You can find much more stuff about Sunny Deol on this page!
Wife: Sunny Deol is married to a professional writer, whose name is Pooja Deol (Lynda Deol), since 1984.
The couple had a secret wedding in United Kingdom.
Now they have two sons.
You can find out more about Sunny Deol's wife on Pooja Deol wiki page.
On the photo above you can see Sunny Deol with his brother and parents.
Parents: Sunny Deol's parents are Dharmendra (father) and Prakash Kaur (mother). Sunny's father is also an actor.
Siblings: Sunny Deol has five brothers and sisters. Their names are:
Kids: Sunny Deol has two sons. Karan Deol and Rajvir Deol.
Sunny Deol lives in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, but photos of his house are not available to the public.
Sunny Deol doesn't sell his official merch yet.
As soon as he launches an online store we will update this article to let you know about it.
Sunny Deol starred in many movies, TV shows and commercials, so here are some of them.
Sunny Deol has no tattoos.
Always smile back at kids,to ignore them is to destroy their belief that world is good.
I would say one must just keep working hard and not lose faith. You don't know when destiny is going to come your way, what opportunity comes your way.
At one time, late Yash-ji, too, wanted to do two to three films, but somehow, I am not the kind to do too many things at the same time. I like to take it slow and steady.
I have seen quite a lot of things in life. I would not like to change anything. Because every moment of my life has taught me something.
My audiences who love me don't mind me dancing with two left feet.
Today films are made to cater to commercial markets created by multiplexes, not for those who enjoy good cinema.
I am happy with my family and my colleagues and want to continue making my own kind of cinema. I have never belonged to any camp and have no friends in the industry. Most of them will pay lip service, but when it comes to doing, they tend to shy away.
I was both loved and hated for being upfront. But I was just being myself.
Age is just a number for me! A person is as young as he feels.