Dishoom is fast-paced because film’s ‘time span is ony 36 hours’

Racing against the clock to find the missing Indian cricketer.

Racing against the clock to find the missing Indian cricketer.

The action of Dishoom which was released on Friday is fast-paced because the time span of the film is just 36 hours, according the makers of the film.

The race against the clock is for real in Dishoom, revealed makers, a day before the film was released.

Dishoom, starring John Abraham and Varun Dhawan, has been shot in real time.

Thirty six hours before the fictionalised India vs Pakistan cricket semi-final, India’s top batsman (Viraj Sharma, played by Saquib Saleem) is kidnapped. Enter cops Kabir Shergill (John Abraham) and Junaid Ansari (Varun Dhawan), who have 36 hours to rescue Viraj. That is the time span of the film.

“36 hours is the time before which we need to find Viraj Sharma. If you don’t then most often the victim is dead or never to be found. Also, in 36 hours, India will play against Pakistan in the final so this makes the deadline of 36 hours even more deadly,” said Varun Dhawan. – CINEWS

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