Vidyut Jammwal ensured that he looked authentic in his role of an Indian army commando in his debut film, Commando (2013). And now, the actor is paying a lot of attention towards the demands of his role in his next film, Tigmanshu Dhulia’s period gangster drama.
The actor will have two different looks in the film and, for that, Vidyut and Tigmanshu have taken references from Hollywood actor Robert De Niro’s look in The Deer Hunter (1978) and Al Pacino’s look from The Godfather (1972).
"From the look to the wardrobe and mannerisms, Vidyut has been asked to research every nuance of the character set in the ’70s," says an insider close to the film’s team.
While Vidyut couldn’t be reached for comment, his spokesperson confirms that he will be sporting a different look in the film, but refused to reveal further details.
Besides being attentive towards his character in the film, Vidyut is also participating in the making process along with the director. "Tigmanshu has given Vidyut a free hand to design and develop his own action sequences. In fact, they have been discussing not just about the action, but also the look of the film," adds the insider.