[India], Sept 07 (ANI): 'Action king of Bollywood' Sunny Deol, who was last seen on the silver-screen in 'Ghayal Once Again', recently reckoned that he tries his best to do a lot of films but "things don't fall into place".
When asked why audience get to see so little of him on-screen, Sunny told ANI that he himself is not aware of the reason behind his less appearance, adding that many of his films are still stuck in middle.
"I really can't help it. I don't know why. I try my best to do a lot of films, easily get out to do three, four films in a year but somehow either film gets struck or Censor struck it. Something or other thing keeps happening. On my part, I try my best to do more films," he said.
Deol brothers Sunny and Bobby are all set to come back together for Shreyas Talpade's directorial debut 'Poster Boys'. The trio- Sunny, Bobby and Shreyas were recently in the national capital on a promotional spree.
Be it comedy, or action, the 59-year-old actor excels in all genres. When asked which genre (action/comedy) he enjoys the most, Sunny said, "I think as an actor, you want to explore and enjoy all kind of genres. It's just that what kind of subject comes to you as that is something which makes it interesting otherwise it gets very boring."
"I would love to act in any kind of genre, maybe anything dancing next time. I was in a show with Remo D'Souza, I told him I will train you action but first give me little dance training," he laughed.
On a related note, 'Poster Boys', which is an official remake of the 2014 Marathi hit 'Poshter Boyz', is inspired by a real life incident about three porters who found their pictures on a vasectomy poster.
The film will hit theatres tomorrow. (ANI)