Bollywood actor and BJP Member of Parliament, Sunny Deol, finds himself in the midst of controversy as missing posters emerge in the Halka Bhoa area of Pathankot. Despite his recent success with Gadar 2, where the sequel surpassed expectations with a business of over 600 crores, Sunny Deol now faces public anger over allegations of neglecting his duties as a Member of Parliament.
Missing Posters and Local Outcry
The actor’s constituents have resorted to an unusual form of protest by putting up missing posters in various locations, expressing their dissatisfaction with his alleged lack of attention to local issues and development projects. This public outcry highlights the disconnect perceived by some residents who believe Sunny Deol has not fulfilled his responsibilities as an elected representative.
Reward Offered for Information
In an unconventional turn of events, the people of Halka Bhoa have announced a reward of Rs 50,000 for anyone who can provide information leading to Sunny Deol’s return to the area. This gesture reflects the frustration and disappointment felt by the locals, who seek accountability from their elected representative.
Anger Over Alleged Negligence
The missing posters and reward offer come as an escalation of long-standing grievances against Sunny Deol. Protesters claim that since becoming an MP, he has not addressed their concerns or initiated any significant development projects. The public anger is palpable, with locals expressing a lack of confidence in the actor-turned-politician and vowing not to support him in future elections.
As Sunny Deol enjoys the success of Gadar 2 on the big screen, his political career faces challenges on the ground, emphasizing the complexities of balancing fame and political responsibilities in the eyes of the public.