Dog got paid more than Chunky
Nineteen eighties’ star Chunky Panday, who is back in action these days, says he was in
for a surprise when he signed Rajiv Ruia’s film Ronnie & Rokky — he was getting paid less than a dog starring in the movie! “A dog in the film was paid more than me because the producers imported it from Hollywood,” Chunky said.
The dog’s name is Richard and it is the offspring of the dog that played Jim Carrey’s pet Milo in the 1994 Golden Globe nominated action comedy The Mask. While Richard plays a dog that accidentally becomes animated in the film, Chunky essays the role of a pet detective in Ronnie & Rokky. — HNS