Says a source, "Sunny is keen to consolidate their home banner under which he wants to launch Rocky. Though still in the early stages, a lot of ideas have been tossed around. Sunny is contemplating a sequel to introduce his son to B-Town."
The actor has been known to keep his family away from the media glare. Adds the source, "Sunny is keen to complete his pending assignments and wait for the right moment to launch his offspring."
Last year, Sunny had confessed that both his sons Rocky, 20, and the younger, Rajvir, 16 were interested in doing films.
Though he had maintained that it was too early and that they had to prepare themselves for it. Rocky had even enrolled in an acting school run by Rawail, who Sunny considers his close friend and mentor.
It was Rawail's 1985 flick Arjun that made Sunny an action star. Dharmendra had asked Rawail to launch Sunny. And, as a first step, Sunny's son Karan had enrolled in his acting school.