Bollywood actor Sonu Sood’s latex wax statue has been unveiled at the Sunil’s Celebrity Wax Museum here. The wax statue of the actor, who has featured in hit films like Dabangg, Happy New Year and Jodhaa Akbar, was uncovered by Minister of State for Home (Urban) Deepak Kesarkar. Sunil Kandalloor, the sculptor and Managing Director of the Sunil’s Celebrity Wax Museum, made Sonu’s wax statue for the duration of three months.
“Sonu Sood is one of the most experienced and self-made actors who acts in Hindi, Punjabi, Tamil and Telugu movies,” Kandalloor said in a statement.
In 2010, Kandalloor opened an International Wax Museum in Lonavla, near Pune, which houses 100 wax models of national and international personalities. His museum has become a tourist attraction. Some of his works include wax models of celebrities like Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Sonu Sood, who has donned the producer’s hat for the upcoming film Tutak Tutak Tutiya, finds production a more difficult job than acting. “Film production is definitely a more difficult job. You are answerable for 500 people and you have to listen to each and every small minute details,” Sonu told IANS over the phone from Mumbai.
“When I was doing engineering, one day I thought that I want to be an actor, and apart from acting, I want to produce also. So, it is quite challenging to explore yourself and to try to do something which you haven’t done. I am glad I have experienced being a producer,” he added.
The Dabangg actor says he has always believed in “living on the edge”.