Sunny Deol says he made 'Ghayal Once Again' as he wanted to entertain the audience with the kind of films he used to do earlier.
While promoting the movie on TV show - 'Yaar Mera Superstar' the 58-year-old actor confessed that he wrote 'Ghayal Once Again' as he wanted to relive the genre of the movies that he worked in the past.
"When I started working, films like 'Betaab' (romantic) and 'Arjun' (action-drama) released and they brought in a different genre in Bollywood. And that is the kind of movies I believed in," he said in a statement.
"In the past few years, I felt direction-less and then I thought I should go back to my genre of movies which I believed in. So I wrote 'Ghayal Once Again' to go back to my roots," he added.
Sunny, son of legendary Bollywood actor Dharmendra, is known for playing roles of an angry young man on-screen.
The 'Gadar' star has donned hat of a director and writer for his upcoming film 'Ghayal Once Again'.
The movie is a sequel of his 1990 blockbuster hit 'Ghayal' starring Meenakshi Sheshadhari.
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