Social media, according to Sunny Deol, keeps unemployed people occupied since it’s “an entertainment, kind of cinema”


Sunny Deol has acknowledged that he reads reviews of him on social media, but he has also said that he prefers to stay away from getting too involved. Sunny, who has been involved in the film industry since 1983, added that he has never dealt with negative feedback on social media because it didn’t exist when he first began acting.

In a recent interview, Sunny Deol and Dulquer Salmaan, who co-stars with him in the upcoming movie Chup: Revenge of the Artist, discussed their opinions on social media. Dulquer claimed that while he enjoys reading comments made by others, he does not focus on negativity on social media. Sunny claimed that, for many people, social media has resembled a movie theatre.

It was never there before, Sunny joked in a conversation with Etimes. I have no idea what tomorrow will be like because of how quickly the world has changed. I believe that folks who were jobless now have something to do thanks to social media (laughs). We are all part of them; there is no single entity. Many individuals have found it to be really entertaining. I simply marvel why so many people are there from dawn to evening, but they appear to be having fun. For them, it serves as entertainment—basically, a form of movie.

The actor responded to a question about comments on social media by saying, “Obviously, I’ve been in this business for so long that most of my fans will always want more from me and will always be praising. And there are some people who don’t like you, so they will always give negative comments. So, I don’t think one should really go deep into it or go for what it is. I do read them, but I don’t go too much into detail. And I don’t like to reply because

The thriller Chup: Revenge of the Artist, which also stars Shreya Dhanwanthary and Pooja Bhatt and is being directed by R Balki, has been called a tribute to Guru Dutt. It will be released in theatres on September 23.