Memorable Quotes: Sunny Deol

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Memorable Quotes: Sunny Deol

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Posted in Jokes By DaveDevil

Feb 6th 2010, 01:22

He said: "Crossover cinema may be a bit popular today, but I don't think crossover films would suit me."

We say: To find the hidden message, do not read 'crossover'.

He said: "It was like how a woman must feel all through her pregnancy and the birth. The fear, the pain, the excitement, the confusion, all of it was there."

We say: (In reply to "How do you think the audience feels watching your new movie?")


He said: "Today films are made to cater to commercial markets created by multiplexes, not for those who enjoy good cinema. "

We say: We agree. Gone are the days when one man, armed with a handpump could chase away a million Pakistanis. Now that was art...

He said: "My character in 'Dillagi' is the way I am in real life, responsible and a bit romantic."

We say: Yes... you always play real life characters... like chasing away a million pakis with a hand pump...

He said: " I am a positive thinker. I don't think about insecurities. If there are shortcomings then I correct myself."

We say: Improvise, if you cant find a gun, use a handpump to chase away a million pa...

He said: "Today, even actors sell themselves. Give them money and they dance at weddings. Acting has become a farce."

We say: No one follows their true calling anymore... like Sunny did when he chased away a millio...

He said: "Adventure films are liked by children."

We say: Kids like fantasy too... like chasing away a million pakista...

He said: "I don't get carried away by overseas acclaim and returns. I want my film to do well in India first."

We say: That's smart. I wouldn't release my film outside India either, if I was in it chasing away a million Pakistani soldiers with a handpump.

He said: "Every film has been different from the previous one."

We say: Yeah, never again shall one guy armed with a handpump chase away a million Pakistani soldiers... never again.


He said: "I don't know what a film is."

We say: We rest our case.


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