When the trio of Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2—Kartik Aaryan, Nushrratt Bharuccha and Sunny Singh came together for ‘Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety’ speculations started to build up about more installments of the super-fit franchise. Now Sunny Singh has confirmed this by saying that director Luv Ranjan (who made the Pyaar Ka Punchnama series and Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety) have already started developing the idea and it will be finalized really soon. However, Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety will have a sequel while Pyaar Ka Punchnama will get another part. He also said that he and Kartik were continuously in touch throughout the COVID 19 lockdown via messages and phone calls.
After a cameo appearance on TV with shows like Kasautii Zindagi Kay and Shakuntala, Sunny debuted on the silver screen with Ajay Devgn starrer, Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji, followed by Luv Ranjan’s Akaash Vani, where Kartik Aaryan played the lead role. Despite the movie’s commercial failure, a successful friendship started between him Luv, and Kartik. Sunny admits that he got into the TV industry by chance but he always wanted to be a movie star. He went for acting, dancing, and action classes to groove himself. Also met several people and was rejected multiple times till meeting Luv Ranjan and things finally fell in place. Rejections are bound to happen everywhere, but being confident about your dream makes the whole difference.
He shot for an ad film recently and admits that it was hard to recognize anyone because everyone was masked and fitted out in PPE kits. “But this is the new normal,” he reasons, saying he’s looking forward to shooting a feature film in October-November but refuses to divulge details.
Buzz is, Sunny is teaming up with Fatima Sana Shaikh for a comedy to be directed by Sajid Samji. “It’s in the pipeline, but let’s see how things proceed in the post-COVID days. Even I am waiting for clarity,” he says warily. Having trained in action and dance, Sunny wants to do an action thriller. “The genre has always fascinated me because a lot of these films are inspired by real incidents,” he avers, admitting that he has been reading scripts during the lockdown and is looking to close the paperwork now that things are slowly opening up.