In Yash Chopra’s Darr, Sunny Deol performed the quintessential hero whereas Shah Rukh Khan, who now guidelines Bollywood as one among its greatest superstars, was the anti-hero. However do you know after the movie’s launch, Sunny and Shah Rukh didn’t communicate to one another for 16 lengthy years? Sunny was upset on the approach his character was portrayed within the movie whereas SRK’s Rahul Mehra managed to take over its canvas.
In an look on Aap Ki Adalat, Sunny Deol walked down the reminiscence late and recounted the disagreements he’d had with Darr’s director Yash Chopra on the units of the movie, and the way offended it had made him.
Sunny Deol opened up on how he disagreed with the climax of the movie the place Shah Rukh’s character stabs his commando character. “I had a heated dialogue with Yash Chopra concerning that scene. I attempted explaining that I’m a commando officer within the movie. My character is an professional and match, then how can this boy beat me simply? He can beat me if I can’t see him. If he can stab me whereas I’m taking a look at him, then I received’t be known as a commando,” Sunny mentioned.
Nonetheless, the director refused to pay heed to Sunny’s complaints, which resulted within the actor ripping off his pants in anger. “Quickly, out of anger, I didn’t even realise that I had ripped my pants with my fingers,” he mentioned. The actors didn’t communicate for 16 years after the movie launched, however Sunny mentioned that wasn’t deliberate. “It’s not that I didn’t speak however I simply lower myself off and I anyway don’t socialise a lot. So we by no means met, toh baat karne ki baat he nahi hai,” he recalled.
In an interview earlier, Sunny mentioned that his “situation with the movie was that I didn’t know they’d glorify the villain.”
Darr got here out in 1993 when Sunny Deol was on the peak of his profession whereas Shah Rukh Khan was nonetheless cementing his place within the movie business. It was additionally SRK’s first movie with Yash Chopra.
Darr not solely made SRK extraordinarily common, his “Okay-k-k-k-kiran” dialogue is remembered to this present day. It was amongst a handful of ‘anti-hero’ movies that the actor did in his profession.