Sunny Deol’s reaction on Bollywood: Sunny Deol, who has made his name and identity in Bollywood on the strength of his amazing power and unmatched acting, has given many such films to Bollywood which have performed very well at the box office and people till date have not stopped themselves from watching his films. find. At the same time, in an interview, Sunny said that when a film made in Bollywood is remade, those films die as soon as they come to the box office because they do not have any “soul” of their own.
Let us tell you that in his career spanning four decades, Sunny Deol has largely stayed away from working in remakes, barring a few films. At the same time, he has seen his suitable part of the sequels of the upcoming film “Apne 2” and “Gadar 2” along with Nigahain and Yamla Pagla Deewana 2. But barring a few films like Champion, he has given up on working in remakes. In a recent interview, Sunny spoke about her general dislike for the concept.
Let us tell you that Sunny started her film career with Betaab in the year 1983 and has worked in many successful films including Arjun, Ghayal, Border and Gadar. Also, he admitted in a recent interview that he is always on the lookout for ‘original and fresh’ content, which does not give him a remake.
Talking to a media house, Sunny said, “I always look for something different. For example, I am fed up with making remakes. I might have done one or two of them. But, I like to do something new. Let’s find out and see what it turns out to be. More often than not, when we do remakes too, they get messed up because new films have a soul but remakes don’t, and that’s why we miss out.”
Along with this, the actor said that he was lucky that he got different and new films in the 80s. “When I entered the industry, my father (Dharmendra), Amit ji (Amitabh Bachchan), Shatru ji (Shatrughan Sinha), they were all actors. Cinema was of a different genre. And I made my debut in films with Betaab. Key, Arjun, Yatim and it was all different. I was having fun doing that and I was lucky that the director and the writers were paying attention to that. They found me and I found them and it kind of went on, “They said.
Apart from this, if we talk about work, Sunny will soon be seen in ‘Chup: Revenge of the Artist’, in which he plays the role of a cop. R Balki’s film also stars Dulquer Salmaan and Shreya Dhanwantri and has been described as an ode to Guru Dutt and his cult classic Kaagaz Ke Phool. It is scheduled to release on 23 September.