Corruption In India Has Spread Like Cancer And We Need Chemotherapy, Says Sunny Deol

MUMBAI – To mark Sunny Deol’sbirthday last year, the makers of AnilSharma’s Singh Saab The Great, producedby Sangeeta Ahir, Alumbra Entertainmentand MediaPvt Ltd and Anuj Sharma,Shantketan Entertainment,released a special patriotictrack, Bali Hamesha BakriKi Di Jaati Hai Sher Ki Nahinand also Sunny’s dialogue,“Saade wich thodaGandhi bhi, (Sardar) Patelbhi, Bhagat Singh bhi.”Singer Sonu Nigamhas composed the musicfor this number, whichalso unveils the look of the film’s heroine,ex-Miss India Urvashi Rautela. Thestarcast includes Amrita Rao, PrakashRaj, Johnny Lever and Anjali Abrol andthe story talks of a principled man’sfight against corruption.Telling us about the song’srelevance in the film, Sunnysays, “The song portraysreality and the happeningsaround us. Though thesong just gives a peek intothe story, it shows the importanceof family valuesand relationships betweenthe wife and her husband,brother and sister and the valuesthat one needs to imbibeas an individual.”The actor adds, “Corruption hasspread like cancer and we need to dochemotherapy. The sad part is that weblame others and nevertake the onus, butthe change has to beginwith ourselves. Ifwe voice something,we have to stick to itno matter what.”The song also hasSunny dish out somehigh-octane action.“The action that Ihave done has alwaysbeen larger than life,but realistic. I am fighting for a cause,there is strong emotion behind it, thuseven a mere punch makes an impact. Itgives vent to suppressed frustration.”Director Anil Sharma says,“The song is our birthdaygift to Sunny and it carriesthe gist of what our film isall about.”Singh Saab TheGreat, presented by JayantilalGada (PEN)andco-produced by KushalKantilal Gada, DhavalGada and Reshmaa Kadakia,releases November 22.

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