By Hindustan Times
After the success of Apne (2007) and Yamla Pagla Deewana (2011), actor Dharmendra and his sons Sunny and Bobby Deol are all set to return to the silver screen. The trio will be seen in a Subhash Ghai production titled, Ishq De Maare. "We will start the shoot by April or May next year, after six
months of pre-production," confirms the filmmaker. "I won't be directing it, but we will announce the director's name soon." The Deols are currently shooting for Yamla Pagla Deewana 2.
Ghai's film also brings back writer Neeraj Pathak, who wrote Apne. "We have a wonderful connect with the Deol family. Whenever I meet them, I feel like I am back at my home amidst a Punjabi family and we end up speaking only in Punjabi. They instantly liked the script," says Ghai.
Meanwhile, Ghai is making a comeback to direction after a gap of four years (the last one being the Salman Khan-Katrina Kaif starrer Yuvvraj in 2008) with his new film, Kaanchi. "It's a love story between a pahadi girl and boy and how they turn into rebels leading to a lot of drama," he says. "After a long time, I have got such a good script. Now only one person can spoil it, and that's me," he adds with a laugh. "But I can assure you that I will put in my best because I need a blockbuster now. With this film, I will launch a new boy and a girl."
Ghai will also produce Apna Sapna Money Money 2, which will be directed by Sangeeth Sivan. "But the other cast and credits are still being finalised. We will take a call after seeing the final script," says Ghai.