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Salman Khan Aamir Khan And His Son Junaid Khan Took Limelight At Sunny Deol Son Rajveer Deol Film Dono Premiere – Aamir Khan, son Junaid and Salman Khan took limelight at the premiere of Sunny Deol’s son’s film Dono, fans said

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Aamir Khan, sons Junaid and Salman Khan took the limelight at the premiere of both Sunny Deol's son's films, fans said - Aila, this is...

Salman Khan and Aamir Khan were seen hugging

New Delhi:

The debut film of Sunny Deol’s son Rajveer Deol, who made a splash at the box office with Gadar 2, has been released, in which Poonam Dhillon’s daughter Paloma is also seen. Its premiere was organized recently, in which the arrival of celebs was inevitable. But it is not possible that Salman Khan does not take the limelight. The entire Deol family including Sunny Deol, his son Karan Deol, Bobby Deol, his wife Tanya Deol and his son Aryaman Deol were seen at the event held on Thursday evening. However, the eyes of the fans were fixed on Salman Khan, Aamir Khan and his son Junaid. Whose video is going viral on social media.

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In the video shared by the paparazzi, Salman Khan arrived in an all-black outfit. Aamir Khan was seen in black and white T-shirt and blue denim. While actor’s son Junaid Khan looked stylish in gray shirt and black pants. As soon as he entered the premiere, Salman hugged Aamir and congratulated him. Junaid also came forward and met the superstar and hugged him. After this all three posed for the paparazzi. After watching this video, fans said – Aila, this is immortal love. Another user wrote, ‘Andaz Apna Apna’ reminded me of ‘Amar Prem’.

Apart from Salman Khan-Aamir Khan, the star cast of both the films were also seen. Sunny Deol and his family also came to support the film of son Rajveer Deol, in which apart from brother Karan Deol, Bobby Deol and his family were also included.

It is noteworthy that both the films have been directed by Sooraj Barjatya’s son Avnish, which is his debut film. Whereas Rajveer Deol and Paloma also have a debut film.

This post originally appeared on ndtv.in

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