He will host two episodes that will be aired on November 20-21 on Life OK. (Agencies)
"I have always been associated with action and crime movies. However, this time I will be hosting a crime show on television. This is my first stint as a television host and I am excited and nervous at the same time," Sunny said in a statement.
"I am glad I got an opportunity to anchor a crime show like 'Savdhaan India' and I hope I am able to contribute to the betterment of the society through the show," he added.
The episode will focus on Navjot Kaur's fight against her in-laws. Navjot gets married to Balbir Singh, the eldest son of one of the most respectable families in the city.
Like every girl, Navjot comes with a lot of hope, but it fades away after she witnesses her in-laws' atrocities towards her sister-in-law Amrit.
Taken aback by the insensitivity and cruelty against Amrit, Navjot decides to take up the cause and stand up for the right.
Sunny's stint on the show is part of a promotion for his forthcoming film "Singh Saab The Great", set for a November 22 release.
He will host two episodes that will be aired on November 20-21 on Life OK.