This important scene was cut from 'Border', Sunny Deol used to cry while doing it, told what that scene was

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Sunny Deol created a stir by making a strong comeback with 'Gadar 2' and now he will soon be seen in 'Border 2'. This film was announced recently. 'Border', which came in 1997, was directed by JP Dutta and now after 27 years, the sequel of the film is being made, which has excited the fans. Sunny Deol played the role of Major Kuldeep Singh Chandpuri in 'Border' and he will continue the same role in the sequel as well. Meanwhile, a video clip is going viral, in which Sunny Deol told about that scene of 'Border', which was removed from the film in the final edit. Sunny Deol had told that this was his favorite scene and whenever he used to read that scene, he used to cry. Sunny Deol said about that scene of 'Border' in Ranveer Allahabadia's podcast, 'There was a scene, which was not kept in the film. It was removed. The light is burning there.'

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'I talk to the martyred soldiers and…'

Sunny Deol further said, 'There I saw all the soldiers who were martyred sitting. I talked to them. I told someone that don't worry, I have gone to your house and put a roof. I told someone that I will go to meet your mother. I told them that now you are in a place like heaven where there is neither fight nor hatred. Whenever I used to read that scene, I used to cry a lot. But it was cut.'

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Record breaking earnings of 'Border' and the actors

Apart from Sunny Deol, 'Border' had many stars including Akshay Khanna, Sunil Shetty, Sudesh Berry, Jackie Shroff, Pooja Bhatt, Rakhi Gulzar, Puneet Issar, Kulbhushan Kharbanda and Sharbani Mukherjee. Made in a budget of just Rs 10 crore, this film was based on the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971. 'Border' was the highest grossing film of 1997. It won 4 Filmfare and 3 National Awards. The film earned around Rs 39 crore and around 3 crore 70 lakh people came to watch it.

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