Posts Tagged ‘Action’

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From Radhe Bhaiya to Prem to Devil, we’ve seen Salman Khan donning several hats, but they’ve always been the nice-guy hats. Never ever ever in his long career, did the actor once play a villain. But looks like the ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan,’ actor is all set to change the fact. According to a report in DNA, the acvtor has been offered the role of the lead protagonist in YRF’s ‘Dhoom:4’ and Ramesh Taurani’s ‘Race 3.’ A source was quoted saying in the same report that Salman wishes to experiment with his roles and wants to play a “cool and stylish villain.” The source further revealed, Salman’s role in ‘Race 3’ is almost finalized, but his stint in ‘Dhoom: 4’ is still in talks as there seems to be a financial conflict between him and Aditya Chopra. Reportedly, Salman wants the same stake in profit as was offered to Aamir Khan in ‘Dhoom:3.’

While we are still reeling from this new information, move on to check out a cute picture of the actor that left us in awe of him

Ajay Devgn blows up 50 cars at an average, especially when he joins hands with Rohit Shetty, case in point being SINGHAM and GOLMAAL series. Shahrukh Khan too went many steps ahead when he destroyed an entire car yard in RA.ONE. He did show restrain in DON 2 though one waits to see how many explosions Akshay Kumar and Salman Khan create in their upcoming action outings ROWDY RATHORE and EK THA TIGER. However one man who doesn’t wish to over indulge in such brand of action is Saif Ali Khan.

”He as well as director Sriram Raghavan was of the opinion that despite the central protagonist being an agent here, they wouldn’t be blowing cars all over the city,” informs a source attached to the film, ”They were sure that nothing would be a part of the narrative if it was rather unnecessary.”
Another line of thought that Saif and Sriram carried was the familiarity factor that Indian audience are carrying today when it comes to action imports from the West. With dubbed versions of BAD BOYS and FAST AND THE FURIOUS series reaching the nook and corner of the country, the makers felt that it would be futile to try bettering sequences from these films.
”When you are working at a budget which is less than 5% of such films, why try to be over-smart and shoot something for your personal gratification,” adds Sriram, ‘I would rather shoot something that is absolute necessary and takes the story forward. This is what I have done by varying my action sequences in a way that each of them manages its own individuality without seeming overdone.”

An agent who doesn’t overdo his act? Well, we would certainly like to see his modus operandi at play here!