Actor Sahil Vaid has openly expressed regret over the fact that he shouldn’t have done Shershaah and that he wasn’t even convinced about the role he did. According to him, it was a gesture of gratitude to Dharma Productions.
Sahil Vaid who recently appeared as Vikram Batra’s best friend Sunny in the film Shershaah has said that he did the film hesitantly, and is upset that no one is talking about his work.
In an interview, Sahil said he is thankful to Dharma Productions for hiring him in their films in the past and said that he would’ve preferred to play a soldier in Shershaah as a tribute to the Indian Army based on the life of Kargil War hero Captain Vikram Batra.
He told Zoom, that he knew it’s a very small role and even went to the director and told him to give him a uniformed role because nobody has seen Sahil in such roles. He said I really want to do those battle scenes, but the director was convinced I was best suited to play Sunny. I owe Dharma a lot and this was in a way of me saying thank you.”
He told Zoom that even though the film has been released, the supporting cast isn’t being appreciated as they should. Some really amazing actors have worked in this movie who have gone for smaller roles only pay tribute to the late Captain Vikram Batra and hence he regrets being a part of the film.