Sunny Villa, owned by the actor and located in Mumbai's Juhu neighborhood, will be e-auctioned for non-payment of dues.
Sunny Deol is currently basking the success of Gadar 2, which is breaking box office records. It has crossed Rs. 336 crores in just 9 days. On the other hand, it has come to light that he is having trouble paying his bills. According to a notice from Bank Of Baroda that was published in The Times Of India on August 20, Sunny Villa, owned by the actor and located in Mumbai's Juhu neighborhood, will be e-auctioned for non-payment of dues.
According to the notice, Ajay Singh Deol, also known as Sunny Deol, is the borrower and guarantor and that he owes the bank a total of Rs. 55,99,80,766.33 in total. For lack of timely payment, he owes Rs. 55.99 crores, or almost Rs. 56 crores. The property will therefore be put up for sale on September 25, 2023. The auction will take place digitally rather than physically.
Bollywood Hungama quoted an insider as saying, “The notice states that the buyer, after paying the amount, will get ‘symbolic possession’. After the amount is deposited, Bank Of Baroda will approach the District Magistrate. Once the DM approves, the buyer will get physical possession of the property. However, this process can be slow and can take months or even years. Until then, Sunny Deol can operate his business from Sunny Villa.”
The actor's office, Sunny Super Sound, a preview theater, and two more post-production suites are all located in Sunny Villa. The theater and the post-production studios were built in the late 1980s and include current technology.