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Sunny Deol Kickstarts ‘Singh Saab The Great’ With ‘Muhurat’ Ceremony
[imagebrowser id=239] BHOPAL: Bollywood star Sunny Deol’s magnum opus, ‘Singh Saab The Great’ has finally kicked off. The project has begun with a grand Muhurat ceremony in Bhopal.
The Muhurat was held on 12t December, at People’s University in Bhopal. The Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Chouhan sounded the clap for leading man Sunny Deol’s film. The film, which stars Sunny Deol, Ameesha Patel and Amrita Rao, along with a special song by Sunny Leone, is directed by Anil Sharma.
The film was supposed to go on floors by end November, nevertheless took off with the auspicious Muhurat this week. Reportedly, filmmaker Anil Sharma is recreating the magic of Ameesha Patel and Sunny Deol together, after their 2001 superhit ‘Gadar: Ek Prem Katha’
“It’s a 50-day shoot till Jan 20. We are planning to shoot the film in Bhopal and Indore. Sunny and Ameesha look good together. They both got good reviews for their chemistry in ‘Gadar…’. Ameesha is a good friend and I am sure they will recreate the same magic on the silver screen. They both have good roles in this film.” Sharma said.
Sharma further added, “’Singh Saab – The Great’ is a satire. The film has entertainment, action and a mix of everything. This film will be one of Sunny’s finest roles.”
The director has helmed films like ‘Apne’ and ‘Madhoshi’, says his 2003 film ‘The Hero: Love Story of a Spy’, has a scope for sequel. “I don’t want to make a sequel just for the heck of it. I feel the stories of ‘Gadar…’ and ‘Veer’ have ended. My film ‘The Hero: Love Story of a Spy’ has a scope for sequel. Maybe in future I can think about it.”