The rumoured relationship of Bollywood actors Sunny Deol and Dimple Kapadia goes way back to the 1980s after the actor broke up with his Betaab co-star Amrita Singh. Sunny Deol is married to his wife Pooja Deol and Dimple Kapadia had separated from her superstar husband Rajesh Khanna but was never divorced. Both Sunny and Dimple have children from their respective spouses.
In the past, there have been reports that Sunny Deol and Dimple Kapadia had eloped and got married, but no truth came out of it. It was also said that Sunny gave the status of wife to Dimple and Pooja threatened to leave him if he does not end his relationship with her. Rumours have it that their relationship lasted for about 11 years. The Sunny-Dimple love affair continued discreetly initially but eventually became an open secret.
Even now, the two are in touch and were recently spotted holidaying together in London. A video of the two sitting together holding hands has gone viral.
As per reports, while these two were dating, Dimple’s daughters Twinkle and Rinke started calling Sunny ‘Chhote Papa’. Moreover, in the year 2009, when Dimple’s sister Simple Kapadia passed away, Sunny was by Dimple’s side on the flight consoling her.
Despite his colourful love life, Sunny has been living happily with his wife Pooja. In the last decade or so, there have been barely any rumours about the actor and Dimple.
Sunny and Dimple’s chemistry was appreciated on screen, and they have given us films like Manzil Manzil, Gunaah, Aag Ka Gola, Arjun and Narasimha. But more than their movies, they made headlines for their rumoured relationship. It’s after ages that the two were spotted at the same place and that too, vacationing.
There was a time when these two talented actors were on the verge of getting married or according to a few reports they were already married. Some reports even went on to claim that Sunny was the reason for Dimple’s separation with late actor Rajesh Khanna.
Who knows the truth? But this viral video and the pictures speak louder than words, don’t you think so?