Action in Bollywood a little larger than life: Sunny Deol

New Delhi, Feb 3 (IANS) Actor Sunny Deol, who has been a part of actioners like “Ghatak: Lethal”, “Ziddi” and “Daag: The Fire”, feels that action scenes in Bollywood films are a little larger than life.

Talking about the action-packed scenes in his forthcoming film “Ghayal Once Again”, Sunny told reporters here: “The amount of action my film has… it is part of the screenplay. I tried my level best to not to go away from that. Our (Bollywood) action is a little larger than life, but it has to be more on the real side.”

The “Darr” actor, who will be seen doing exceptional stunts for the forthcoming film, says that he roped in Dan Bradley, who has co-ordinated actions for films like “The Bourne Ultimatum” and “The Bourne Identity” for it.

“I looked for an action co-ordinator and that’s how I pinpointed Dan Bradley. I went and met him and discussed my script. His whole team was with us and that’s how we could bring out what we could do in the film,” said the actor.

The 58-year-old actor emphasised that he wanted the action “to be as real as possible”.

“Ghayal Once Again” will see Sunny reprising the role of Ajay Mehra from the 1990 film “Ghayal”.

The film, which is slated to release on Friday, also stars actress Soha Ali Khan.

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