Aamir Khan Productions (AKP) is set to bring audiences the much-anticipated film, “Lahore, 1947,” bringing the collaboration of three giants in the Indian film industry: Aamir Khan, Sunny Deol, and director Rajkumar Santoshi.

Set against the backdrop of the pre-independence era, “Lahore, 1947” is the 17th addition to the AKP label. What makes “Lahore, 1947” even more intriguing is the historical rivalry between Sunny Deol and Aamir Khan.

This announcement came via an Instagram post on Tuesday, sending shockwaves through the entertainment world.

Their first epic face-off took place in 1990 when Sunny Deol’s “Ghayal” and Aamir Khan’s “Dil” went head-to-head in simultaneous releases.

In 1996, the rivalry was reignited when “Raja Hindustani” and “Ghatak” battled it out at the box office. The pinnacle of their cinematic rivalry occurred in 2001 when Aamir Khan’s “Lagaan” and Sunny Deol’s “Gadar: Ek Prem Katha” clashed in what remains the most significant box office battle in Indian film history.

Now, for the very first time, these cinematic titans are putting their rivalry aside and coming together for a project that promises to be nothing short of extraordinary.

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