Mumbai, April, 4 (CINEWS): Emraan Hashmi, who will be seen depicting previous Indian commander Mohammad Azharuddin in the biopic “Azhar”, says he practically turned into a “stalker” for the film to get a hang of the cricketer’s “signals”.
“In the long run I practically turned into a stalker, I used to gaze him to duplicate all his signal. I think I made his life damnation for three-four months,” Emraan said at the trailer dispatch of the film.
The on-screen character said that doing the film was an “intense voyage”.
“When we began real shooting in London and Hyderabad, I was apprehensive due to the cricket part. As Azhar bhai is an understood identity, all have seen his characteristic and subtleties. So if something turns out badly to depict his character, there would have been a shot of an enormous feedback. I needed to remember that and noted even exact moment things from how he strolls to the way he eats,” Emraan said.
Coordinated by Tony D’Souza, “Azhar”, which is mutually delivered by Balaji Films and MSM Movie, likewise stars Prachi Desai, Lara Dutta and Huma Qureshi in critical parts and is slated for an overall discharge on May 13, 2016.
The film will portray the highs and lows of Azharuddin’s life as the chief of the Indian cricket group for the vast majority of the 1990s and being polluted by a match-settling outrage in 2000, and getting banned forever.