About the action in "Ghayal Once Again" involving blasts, train sequences and guns, Sunny Deol said: "I do these things because for me it is a thrill. The back troubles you a lot sometimes, which creates difficulties and that is something that happens randomly, but a man keeps moving ahead if it is something that he loves and is fond of."
The first trailer has received 5.5 million views in two months. "The awareness of the film has increased and our song 'Lapak Zhapak' has caught on with the youngsters," he said.
Do two trailers almost give away the storyline of the film?
"There are no definite rules and regulations. I'm a believer in not showing anything before the film releases. The manner in which the conditions are now, we usually show a lot of things, but still I have kept some control over it," said Sunny Deol. In "Ghayal Once Again", Sunny Deol tries to protect four innocent teenagers and takes on a powerful businessman.