To such an extent, that the film’s group, including Tony and Emraan’s family and companions, have been indicating out the uncanny likeness between the 36-yearold performer’s on-screen symbol and the genuine previous Indian captain.
“Emraan has endeavored to get the non-verbal communication right which included definitely watching the way Azhar talks, strolls, even the way he holds his fork and blade while eating. As a feature of his prep, he even shadowed the cricketer at any rate for a month,” says Tony who is as of now chipping away at the film’s after creation. Reflect as of late seized a photo of both the Azhars from one of the film’s past timetables in Britain in which their non-verbal communication shows up strikingly comparable. “It was shot in a province where Azhar used to play at the crest of his profession in London. He was at first on the sets to guide us through it,” thinks back the producer, including that he was so persuaded of Emraan’s character that he started to allude to him as Azhar bhai on the sets. “I do that even now via telephone,” he snickers.
Emraan has even gotten gesturing his head while talking, similar to the 53-year-old cricketer-legislator, off camera too. “It was very entertaining to see them together on the grounds that them two would do it in the meantime, making the similarity unreasonably clear notwithstanding when the cameras were not moving,” includes the executive.
Emraan who is right now shooting for Vikram Bhatt’s Raaz Reboot in Romania needed to lose a couple of kilos to look like it. “He used to sit for a considerable length of time with Azhar examining the part and watched a few recordings as well,” Tony closes down.