Sunny Deol’s Back Problem is Back, Action Sequence Stalled
There seems to be no end to Sunny Deol’s troubles. He’s back again in bed for a prolonged rest with his chronic back problem. And to compound his woes this time stones in his kidney were also detected.
Director Samir Karnik who’s making a family film for and with the Deols entitled Yamla Pagla Deewana is in a fix. Just when he needed to shoot a high-voltage action sequence with Sunny the actor is laid up with a back problem thereby putting a question mark on the action sequence.
Now Karnik has no choice but to push forward the action sequence indefinitely and proceed with the post-production of the film.
Informs Karnik, “Everything except the action sequence is done. Now, I’m going ahead with the post-production. I’ll wait for Sunny to recover”.
That is easier said than done. Along with his back problem Sunny also had stones in his kidney. We went to the US to get it removed.
Says Karnik, “But for his back problem there’s no remedy except complete bedrest. So even after the stones were removed by injection in the US Sunny is still bedridden until his back is completely healed”.
Even then would Sunny be able to perform the stunt for Karnik’s film?
Says Karnik, “I’ll wait. I’ve planned Ghayal kind of stunts for Sunny with the Ghajini action director Peter Heines. And if he is not up to it, I’ll cancel the action sequence. But I’m told after bedrest Sunny’s back will be as good as new”.
Sunny Deol’s back problem can easily be considered chronic. For many years he is quietly suffering from a chronic back problem.
On many occasions in his career recently Sunny has been laid off because of his back. This is his fourth forced holiday due to his back. How long it lasts depends entirely on Nature.
Incidentally, Akshay Kumar, who is bonded in strange ways with Sunny Deol (they’ve a Raveena connection in the past, and a Dimple connection in the present) also has a chronic back problem which he recently solved with water- therapy treatment in Germany. Shah Rukh Khan too suffers from a bad back. Filmmaker Manmohan Desai apparently took his own life because of unbearable back pain.
–Subhash K. Jha/ Sampurn Wire