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Sunny Deol Reveals Going Bankrupt After Producing Films, ‘Had Tough Time’

Bollywood actor and politician Sunny Deol is presently basking in the success of his latest blockbuster film ‘Gadar 2’. Before the movie released, the actor was in his lowest phase of career. He was not getting good roles and he was facing a loss in producing films too. In a recent interview BBC Asian Network, Sunny said he is done with making and that he will only act now.

Opening up on going losing money, the actor revealed that every time he produces a movie, he goes ‘bankrupt.’ He shared that he had a ‘tough time’ with films in the last decade as times have changed now and earlier the distribution used to be ‘normal’.

Sunny stated that the world has become very difficult. A while ago, he could control things because distribution was normal. There was a connection with people one interacted with. Ever since the corporates came in, nothing is left. One has to do their PR, run around, and they won’t give the number of theatres. Calling it a ‘tough time’, the actor said he tried doing a certain kind of cinema, but didn’t get the backing.

Further in the conversation, Sunny mentioned that he is now happy to be just be an actor. He quoted,

“I wore too many hats. Became a producer and a director. A man can only do one job. So I said, ‘Throw everything away, just become an actor.’ So that’s what I want to do now.”

Let us tell you that Sunny has bankrolled multiple films like ‘Yamla Pagla Deewana: Phir Se’, ‘Ghayal Once Again’, ‘Apne’, ‘Socha Na Tha’, ‘Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas’ and many more under his production house Vijayta Films. It was founded in 1983 by his father and veteran actor Dharmendra.

Meanwhile, Sunny Deol’s ‘Gadar 2’ is breaking all records on the ticket windows. Helmed by Anil Sharma, the film also features Ameesha Patel, Utkarsh Sharma, Simrat Kaur and Manish Wadhwa.

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