Sunny Deol, Bobby Deol and dad Dharmendra share a great camaraderie
in upcoming entertainer "Yamla Pagla Deewana" but
54-year-old Sunny says in real life he's really scared of his
"The characters that we play in this film are not actually
how we are in real life. We would never behave like this with
our father in real life. I'm shit scared of him. If he is sitting
in one room, I'll run to the other. But when we are working,
it's a completely different thing altogether because we are
those characters," Sunny told IANS in an interview.
He might be scared of Dharmendra, but that doesn't mean he's
nervous about sharing screen space with him.
"We all live together. So it suddenly doesn't strike me
that he is a big actor, so I'm comfortable working with him.
If it was some other actor whom I didn't know so well, I might
be nervous, but not here," said Sunny.
And even though he's been in the industry for almost three
decades, the actor still values his father's inputs.
"My dad's inputs have never had anything to do with a
story, it's always been like don't do a film which is rubbish
just for the sake of it. Only do a film if you like it and are
sure of it. So, that way, he has always been guiding us, but
he wants us to learn from our own mistakes and I think that's
how it should be," he said.
The three Deols had come together in "Apne" as well,
but Sunny promises that "Yamla Pagla Deewana" will
be different and more entertaining.
" 'Apne' was an emotional film about family bonds where
people were crying. So we had decided that the next film we
do together will be a full-on entertainer," he said.
The actor, who has given hits like "Damini", "Chaalbaaz"
and "Gadar", is happy that their latest venture is
creating just the right buzz before its release.