Actor Sahil Vaid who played ‘Sunny’ in Shershaah says he was misinterpreted that he regretted doing the film

Shershaah actor Sahil Vaid explained that he never regretted doing the film instead he said, “shouldn’t have done the film”.

Sidharth Malhotra starrer Shershaah is ruling the hearts of the audience since it was released on Amazon Prime Video on 12 August 2021. The entire cast consisting of the lead actors, Sidharth Malhotra, Kiara Advani and supporting actors, Sahil Vaid, Pawan Chopra and all others were highly appreciated for their performance. The film currently has a rating of 8.8 out of 10 on IMDB. But recently supporting actor, Sahil Vaid who played the role of Vikram Batra’s friend Sunny in the film is hitting the headlines.

Earlier in his interviews with Zoom, he mentioned not getting enough recognition for his role and he also wished to not have done the film. His words were, “There are some really amazing actors who have worked in this movie, set aside their egos, and gone for smaller roles… agreed to do bit parts because they wanted to pay tribute to the late Captain Vikram Batra. That is why I did this movie as well and now I am realising I should not have done this movie, people are not even talking about what I have done in the film.”

The interview was posted by Zoom with headlines stating that Sahil ‘regrets’ doing Shershaah. To repeat and explain his point of view, he spoke to India.com where he said, “I loved being part of Shershaah. I don’t know why the article used the word ‘regret’. I never used words ‘regret doing Shershaah’. I don’t regret doing Shershaah at all. My statement was that I was initially reacting that it was a small role. When I was eventually told that I will be doing a friend’s part. I come from an army family and really wanted to do this film and play the part of a soldier, where I get to do some action. But I never ever said that I regret doing Shershaah. That was not my statement.”

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