Actor Sunny Deol, known for doing action sequences in films, says he lost his roots while doing action.
"I started my career with films like "Betab", "Arjun" because I believed in it. I did a lot of stunt films but in between I lost my roots," Sunny told reporters here at the trailer launch of "Ghayal Once Again", the sequel of his blockbuster "Ghayal".
"Action is important...today people are doing action that I had done earlier...one punch and ten people are flying.
Everybody started doing louder action," he added.
The 58-year-old actor hired Hollywood Action Co-ordinator Dan Bradley for designing action sequences for the film.
"I liked Dan Bradley and his work so we got him for this film. He is creative. Because of his expertise and concept of the film we have been able to bring reality in film," Sunny said.
"Papa (Dharmendra) has seen some part of the film...not full. We will show him the entire film. I am sure he will like what I have done...even if it's not good he will say it is good. There have been lot of inputs coming from him," he added.
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