Original hunk of Indian cinema, Sunny Deol who ruled the screen with his macho look and charming smile in the 80s-90s is back on the screen. After lying low for a while, Sunny is now back in action much to the excitement of his loyal fans who are anxiously awaiting his next release.

Mohalla Assi, a Film that presents him in an entirely new makeover of a strict Sanskrit scholar from Varanasi is instantly applauded. Directed by Chandraprakash Dwivedi Mohalla Assi is loosely based on Dr Kashinath Singh's Kashi Ki Assi, this is the most anticipated movie which has been facing flak from the local people of Varanasi, who are demanding snipping away of a few objectionable scenes.

The movie will also see transformation of hit television bahu Sakshi Tanwar into a traditional woman from Varanasi speaking in local dialect.

Sunny's yet another much awaited film Ghayal Once Again which is a sequel of Rajkumar Santoshi directed 90s hit Ghayal will be the Diwali treat for his fans. The film which features Meenakshi Seshadri opposite Sunny was a popular action film and its sequel has been made on strong public demand. Ghayal Once Again will face a stiff competition from Salman Khan starrer Prem Ratan Dhan Payo, which is slated to release on Diwali. Sunny, however, is unfazed with the release of Salman Khan film and has clarified that he has a lot of faith in his fan following.

Prem Ratan Dhan Payo directed by Sooraj Barjatya is a sweet family drama which features Sonam Kapoor opposite Salman. Sunny clarified that both are two different films which cater to different set of audience, thus, there is no clash between the two films.

Sahnewal born Sunny starred in several hit films such as Damini, Betaab, Jeet, Tridev and many more.

Priyanka Chopra had made a debut in Sunny Deol's film The Hero: Love Story of A Spy, which had Priety Zinta in the lead. Along with his dad legendary actor Dharmendra and brother Bobby Deol, Sunny was seen in films such as Apne, Yamla Pagla Deewana and its sequel Yamla Pagla Deewana 2. His last two films Singh Sahab The Great and Dhishkiyaoon received a lukewarm response and thus he has pinned hopes on his new releases.