Sunny Deol, who was at IFFI Goa to attend a masterclass, couldn’t hold back his tears while speaking to his favourite directors Raj Kumar Santoshi, Anil Sharma and Rahul Rawail. “I get too emotional, it is my problem,” the star said when he was asked to share his thoughts on his cinematic journey and the bond he shares with directors Raj Kumar Santoshi, Anil Sharma and Rahul Rawail who had joined him for the masterclass. While the actor took a few seconds to avoid feeling overwhelmed and join back the conversation, his fans clapped and cheered on. Soon, filmmaker Rajkumar Santoshi, who was sitting next to Sunny, said, “Yeh bahut emotional hain“. Filmmaker Rahul, who was moderating the session, too agreed with Rajkumar’s perspective, and said, “Even during shoots, he gets very emotional”.
#SunnyDeol gets emotional, cries during #IFFI2023 masterclass. This explains the bond he shares with his directors Anil Sharma, Rajkumar Santoshi & Rahul.@IFFIGoa@iamsunnydeol pic.twitter.com/8rG1fBvgfK— Divya Pal (@divyapal2013) November 21, 2023
Read on to know what the actor spoke during the masterclass…
‘My Fans Have Heard ‘Hindustan Zindabad Hai’ Dialogue Multiple Times’
On being asked by Rahul to begin the session with his popular dialogue ‘Hindustan Zindabad Hai’ from ‘Gadar’, Sunny said, “Rahul wants me to speak that dialogue. I’m honestly tired of speaking it. I’m sure you all have heard it multiple times in the past.”
‘Joined Film Industry To Be An Actor, Not A Star’
Besides speaking about his journey in the showbiz industry, Sunny Deol also shared with his fans his interest in being as versatile as his father. “When I had entered the industry, I was clear on the kind of films I wanted to do and avoid. Rahul had the same belief. I was fortunate to do films that I was always keen on taking up. I remember the cinema that my father, Vinod ji, Shatrughan ji, Mithun ji were doing. It was so different. I joined films because I always wanted to be an actor. I never wanted to be a star. I grew up watching my father’s films, and aspired to achieve same variety in my work as well.”
‘My Father Was So Happy With ‘Ghayal‘ Script That He Decided To Produce It’
During the masterclass, the star also explained why he convinced his father Dharmendra to listen to the script of Ghayal, and his instant reaction to the film. While recalling the incident, Sunny said, “Papa I really like the story of Ghayal. Nobody wants to make the film, but I’m keen. The moment my father heard the script, he was so happy that he told Rajkumar Santoshi that he’d produce it.”
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