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Sunny Deol: I never read any scripts


While speaking about his upcoming release Poster Boys, Sunny spoke about his method of signing a film. 

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Keyur Seta

Apart from the Yamla Pagla Deewana franchise, Sunny Deol has hardly done an out-and-out comedy film. The actor is known for playing an angry, action star. But he will be seen playing a funny character in Poster Boys.

During a conversation with Cinestaan.com, the actor revealed his process of signing the film. “When I heard this idea, the germ itself was so interesting that I just wanted to do it. That’s how I have always worked in all my films,” he said.

But much to our surprise, Sunny confessed that he doesn’t read scripts before signing any film. “I have never read any scripts. This is a funda nowadays like ‘Give me a script, give me a script.’ We have never worked like that. I have never worked like that,” he added.

He also shared his method of saying yes for a film. “Once the director has narrated the film to me, we know that is going to be the premise and we work with that,” said Sunny.

Poster Boys is the remake of the hit Marathi film Poshter Boyz (2014). It was directed by Sameer Patil and produced by Shreyas Talpade, who also played a cameo in the film. The Hindi version is being directed by Talpade and he is also acting in the film along with Sunny’s brother Bobby Deol.