Sunny Singh Talks About His Sibling-Like Relationship With Prabhas While Discussing His Role As Laxman In “Adipurush”

Sunny Singh’s career began when he starred with Kartik Aryan and Nushratt Bharuccha in Luv Ranjan’s over-the-top flicks, such as “Pyar Ka Punchnama” 1 and 2 and “Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety.” But in Om Raut’s “Adipurush,” he is now starring with Laxman in the most significant role of his cinematic career. The movie, in which Prabhas and Kriti Sanon also appear, hit cinemas today, June 16.

The actor, who is grieving his mother since she died away last year, said to Indian Express, “I got goosebumps and I am extremely thrilled about the film. It is a very meaningful film, an emotional trip for me. My family and friends are eagerly anticipating it.

He said, “I want to know whether the audience will appreciate my character. I’m not nervous, but antsy. They have already seen the advertisements and teasers, and thus far the response has been favourable. People have praised my appearance and expressed their happiness that I took on this position everywhere I have gone.

Sunny further said that when Om Raut first contacted him for employment, he had no idea that it was for “Adipurush.” “I was unaware that there was a movie being referenced when Om sir initially summoned me for a meeting. In our second encounter, he informed me that I would be playing Lord Laxman in a huge movie. When he gave me the part, I felt really fortunate—humaari toh aukaat hi nahi hai, yeh karna toh badi baat hai. I was feeling really emotional at the moment, he said.

In addition, Sunny discussed his kinship with Prabhas, who portrays Lord Ram in the movie, and their friendship. Because I got to work with Prabhas, who I now see as an older brother, Adipurush has great meaning for me. We bonded right away, and he was always there for me. We used to get upset when filming sequences together because we felt like two brothers who were really going through that predicament. We often become emotional when doing our lines. There were instances when we had to do sequences only by gazing at each other, without saying a word. Because we used a blue screen, we also had to do a lot of imagining, which was a continual challenge and made the experience for everyone of us quite unique, according to Sunny.

Sunny is looking forward to the movie with anticipation, but he also misses his mother who went over a year ago. “My mother was really thrilled that I was a part of the Ramayana-based movie since she had seen how hard I had worked to prepare and for how long I had worked on it. She was really eager to watch me in Adipurush as Laxman, but sadly I lost her eight months ago. However, papa mommy kahin nahi jaate, woh hamesha apne saath hi rehte hai, means that she would bless me and be overjoyed to learn that Adipurush is now playing in cinemas.

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