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Sunny Deol to produce more films

Sunny Deol

Seasoned actor Sunny Deol is plunging headlong into production, and hopes a sequel to his 1992 mega-hit "Ghayal" will materialise soon.

"There're a couple of projects K. Sera Sera and I are working on," he reveals.

Sunny feels the time is right for a "Ghayal" sequel but there is a hitch.

"See, 'Ghayal' was a very special film. There's no point in messing around with it until we're absolutely sure about the script. I don't want to do it for the heck of it. But, yes, sequels are doing well. This is the right time for 'Ghayal 2'."

Raj Kumar Santoshi directed the original blockbuster in 1990.

"I remember speaking to Raj Santoshi about a sequel many years ago when sequels like 'Rocky 2' were doing well. But back then sequels weren't in vogue in our country, and we couldn't think of the right subject. Now with the corporate houses backing the Part 2s to the hilt, everyone is into sequels."

Although Santoshi is the right choice for the sequel, he seems reluctant to implement it.

"There's a problem with Raj. He doesn't want to work with me. He keeps saying he wants to work with me again. But he never comes up with any concrete subject. I can tell you at least 10 occasions when we thought of working together, and he backed out. I guess it's just one of those filmy situations where Raj keeps saying, 'Let's work together some time' without meaning it," remarked Sunny.

The action hero's next big release stars his dad Dharmendra and brother Bobby Deol as well.

"Anil Sharma's 'Apne' has all three of us - dad, Bobby and I. It's shaped up well. We wanted to do a family-bonding film but not just for the heck of it. We wanted to go into a father-son relationship with reference to real life.

"When I directed 'Dillagi' I deliberately kept dad out of it. He didn't have much to do there. It was difficult to find a subject that did justice to all three of us. 'Apne' is a subject which all three of us liked," Sunny explained.


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