Actor Sunny Deol, who is back in action with his upcoming film Singh Saab The Great, says India needs honest bureaucrats who are willing to fight for truth and bring it out in the open.
Sunny and director Anil Sharma have earlier teamed up for
Gadar: Ek Prem Katha, The Hero: Love Story of a Spy
"We have worked very hard for this film. This is a dear
film for us. I hope the audience like it," Sunny said at the
launch of its first look.
In Singh Saab The Great, Sunny plays the role of a
"I haven't done a film where I am playing a strong
character, he is a honest collector. I think India requires
that kind of persons. Why is he fighting and doing all this
will be known after you see the film," he said.
"Those who speak truth in today's time.. No one listens
to them. For them the difficulty is to bring out the truth.
Today, India is filled with goons. Money is the main thing..,"
From powerful dialogues to typical Sunny-style
punches, the action packed film presents the 56-year-old actor
in what he does best, flaunt his muscle-power.
Sunny says, he never thought his famous dialogue
'Dhai kilo ka haath' would achieve such cult status. However
he admits that he does feel happy about it, as it only means
his work has been liked by people.
He is full of praise for his director-friend Sharma,
and says he has an understanding of cinema. He is passionate
about films and even after the pack up thinks about his craft
Meanwhile, actress Amrita Rao, who plays the role of a
journalist in the film, seems quite excited about teaming up
with Sunny and Sharma.
"I am playing a news reporter.. I did not have to take
tips. Anil Sharma had crafted it meticulously, he wanted an
eastern UP accent. He gave me workshop as well. It was
wonderful living the role of a journalist. It gave me a kick
to be on the other side. Now, I will show the media how to
romance," she said.