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Fahadh Faasil says he doesn’t see himself as a pan-India celebrity and refers to Ranbir Kapoor as the “best actor in the country.”

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Fahadh Faasil says he doesn’t see himself as a pan-India celebrity and refers to Ranbir Kapoor as the “best actor in the country.”

According to Fahadh Faasil, he is in regular contact with pals from the Hindi film business. He also disclosed his intentions to direct a Hindi movie.

In a recent interview, Fahadh Faasil discussed his experience working in Hindi films.

Fahadh Faasil finds Ranbir Kapoor’s performances to be impressive. Ranbir was dubbed the “best actor in the country” by Fahadh in a recent interview with Film Companion. In addition, Fahadh discussed his feelings on being called a pan-Indian celebrity, stating that he is merely an actor who wants to work in films that he enjoys.

What Fahadh mentioned

When questioned about the influence of his films and his reputation as an actor, Fahadh responded in the interview, “I have to be honest. I don’t have to hide anything.” Here, I’m working on my stuff. With no offence intended. People don’t seem to anticipate magic from Pushpa or from me. It’s an act of true love and cooperation for Suku [Sukumar] Sir. This is where my stuff is. Quite evidently. I don’t get it because, along with many of my friends here, I think Vicky Kaushal is the best discovery of the decade. Among the best actors India has ever produced is Rajkummar Rao. I mean, Ranbir Kapoor is the finest actor in the nation. I’m not sure what people perceive in me, then.

Concerning one’s status as a pan-Indian celebrity

Fahadh also discussed his opinions on being viewed as a pan-Indian celebrity. “No, I’m just an actor,” he continued. I’m not involved with pan-Indian affairs. I simply go about my business. because I act on my convictions, because the notion is that films never make money. That’s just a side note. However, I am unable to complete the films I work on here anyplace else. In addition, he mentioned that he is excited to see what the public will learn from the movie and that he wants to talk to them when it is out.

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Fahadh lately received a lot of praise for his role in Aavesham. The film, which was directed by Jithu Madhavan, centres on a traditional fish-out-of-water situation in which three college students become involved in unforeseen events. In the movie, Fahadh portrays an eccentric don who lives in Bengaluru. The Rule, Pushpa 2, will be his next film to be viewed.

Ranbir, meantime, was last seen in Animal, directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga, which ended up becoming one of his biggest hits to date. He and Sai Pallavi will soon be seen together in Nitesh Tiwari’s Ramayana. Actors’ on-set photos recently surfaced online and quickly gained popularity. He is also working on Love & War, directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali.

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Sunny Deol in the middle of a storm: Film producers accuse her of lying, cheating, and forging

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Sunny Deol in the middle of a storm: Film producers accuse her of lying, cheating, and forging

Actor-MP Sunny Deol is the target of alarming accusations of cheating, extortion, and forgery made by film producer Sorav Gupta (of Sundawn Entertainment Pvt Ltd). The real estate developer turned producer Gupta claimed in a press conference earlier this week that Sunny Deol had taken money from him in advance to film a movie in 2016, kept taking more money while he promised to start the project, but ultimately never finished it after his most recent movie, Gadar 2, became a big hit.

Gupta reveals that he agreed to pay 4cr to get Sunny Deol play the lead in his movie in 2016. We paid him 1cr in advance, but he chose to film for Poster Boys instead of beginning my film (2017) as an alternative. Despite my repeated requests for more money, my ₹2.55cr is currently in Sunny ji’s account. In addition, he forced me to hire an executive producer, book Filmistaan studio, and pay money to another filmmaker, according to Gupta.

Additionally, the producer claims that in 2023, Deol falsified a contract with his business. He reveals, “After reading the agreement, we were shocked to learn that the beech wala had been changed. Jahan par fees ka amount ₹4cr ko badha kar ₹8cr kar diya aur profit to ₹2cr kar diya.”

During the same press conference, filmmaker Suneel Darshan, who is best known for films like Janwar (1999) and Andaaz (2003), defended Gupta and claimed that he had experienced the same problem with Sunny Deol. “Sunny Deol only paid a portion of the rights to my 1996 film Ajay, which she obtained for international release. The remaining amount was never sent,” Darshan continues. “Eventually, Sunny asked me to collaborate on a project with him, telling me to “have faith in me, help me out,” and obtaining payment from me once more.

Under condition of anonymity, an industry source informs us that Deol has a reputation for breaking deals he signs with multiple producers. He has a long history of stirring up problems. A producer in Mumbai built a massive set for a movie named Ram Janmbhumi, which Sunny had handed him the bound script for. Sunny agreed to pay ₹5cr for the project. However, after delivering a hit film, he later declined to visit the sets and wanted ₹25cr in remuneration (Gadar 2, 2023).

Gupta discloses that he has reported Deol to the police. On April 30, the police sent [Deol] a notice. According to Gupta, his staff sent a letter stating that he was out of town on the day he was supposed to appear.

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