Sunny Singh reveals his secret on acing the character of a “Delhi Guy” in his all recent films

Rajendra Pal

Sunny Singh has always carved himself according to the role and the character that he plays which has been applauded by the audiences. Since his debut film, he has always grown upwards. It’s a sheer coincident that he has played a Delhi guy character in his films.

Considering he’s such a profound actor that he appears to be as a Delhite because of which many think that he is from Delhi but no he is not!

Spilling some beans on him playing the character of a Delhi Guy Sunny Singh said, “A lot of people think of me as a Delhi-guy, especially because of the movies that I have been doing and the way I talk. I am a Punjabi at heart, but I’ve been born & brought up in Mumbai and even did my schooling & graduation from Mumbai itself. My cousins and relatives are from Punjab, and we always speak in Punjabi at home.”

Interestingly, Sunny Singh has spoken to a number of people from Delhi including Luv Ranjan on paying a Delhi guy but not many know that he is hardcore Punjabi but born and bought up in Mumbai.  He has done his schooling and college from Mumbai and the actor loves to be known as a proper Mumbai guy.

Whether it’s Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety or a special appearance in the movie Pati, Patni Aur Woh as Doga which got a lot of appreciation and love from the audience. The actor acted as a perfect catalyst in the story and just enhanced the plot.

Sunny’s immense talent and prolific on-screen presence have created a rage among the viewers and the viewers are demanding more. Donned in either Pathani Kurtas or leather jackets, Sunny was a treat for the eyes of the viewers.

Currently, the actor is busy promoting his upcoming movie, Jai Mummy Di and the countdown for the same has already begun among the fans.

On the work front, Sunny Singh will next be seen in Jai Mummy Di which will hit the screens on 17th January 2020.

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