Veteran actor Dharmendra says the day everyone becomes a "good Indian", all the "small issues" which are very prevalent in the country will fade away.
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"This country, which we call mother India... Nobody considers it as a mother. Whoever gets whatever in their hands, they do that. But people don't take care of this country. There is some or the other disturbance. If first everyone becomes a good Indian, then things will change," Dharmendra told reporters here while promoting his son Sunny Deol's directorial.
The 80-year-old "Yamla Pagla Deewana" actor added that "the day we become a good Indian, all these small issues will finish."
He also emphasised that knowing Indian culture, "we know what we have to give in films".
"We know our culture and thoughts," Dharmendra said.
"Ghayal Once Again", which will release on Friday, is produced by Dharmendra and stars Sunny and Soha Ali Khan in pivotal roles.
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