Bank of Baroda withdraws e-auction notice of Sunny Deol’s Juhu Bungalow
Bank of Baroda has now withdrawn the notice of actor Sunny Deol's Juhu bungalow which had put up for sale over recovery of Rs 56 crore debt.
In a surprising turn of events, Bank of Baroda has decided to withdraw the auction notice for Sunny Deol’s Juhu bungalow, Sunny Villa, citing “technical reasons.” The bank had initially put the property up for sale to recover a debt of Rs 56 crore owed by the Gadar 2 actor.
The auction, which was scheduled for September 25 with a reserve price of Rs 51.43 crore, garnered attention as Sunny Deol’s fans and the public followed the developments closely.
However, in a recent corrigendum, the bank stated, “Corrigendum to E Auction Sale Notice dated 19.08.2023 published in The Times of India Mumbai Edition with regards to Sale Notice in respect of Mr. Ajay Sing Deol Alias Mr. Sunny Deol Stands Withdrawn due to Technical Reasons for the below mentioned Property: All That piece and parcel of land bearing Survey No. 41 Hissa No 5 (Pt) CTS No. 173 of Village Juhu Taluka Andheri Mumbai Suburban Dist, Admeasuring 599.44 Sq Mtrs underneath a structure known as Sunny Villa situated at Gandhigram Road Juhu Mumbai 400049.”
Meanwhile, Sunny Deol’s latest movie, Gadar 2, co-starring Ameesha Patel, has been a massive success at the box office. The film has reportedly raked in an impressive Rs 377.20 crore in India, including a substantial earning of Rs 41 crore on its tenth day.