Mumbai: ‘Uri: The Surgical Strike’ director Aditya Dhar is grateful that his magnum opus ‘The Immortal Ashwatthama’ has remained unaffected as a result of pandemic as a number of filmmakers needed to take a again seat and stall the shoots. The three-part modern-day superhero movie, which has its roots within the Mahabharata, sees Vicky Kaushal because the mythological character who was given the boon of immortality.
For his portrayal of Ashwatthama — the son of Dronacharya, the actor must prepare in horse-riding and varied martial artwork types, together with krav maga and jujutsu.
Vicky must weigh greater than 100 kilos,” says the director. Agreeing that the areas play a key function in such a topic, he’s rel “We’ll start taking pictures in Europe, primarily the UK, after which head to Iceland. The ultimate schedule will probably be in Mumbai. The plan could change relying on the COVID-19 disaster in these nations.”
The lockdown has been productive for the director who ensured that each element was attended to in the course of the pre-production. “We have now finalised our HoDs [head of departments] and begun our dialogue with the VFX staff. Since no one has tried such a topic earlier than, we do not have a reference level. So, the VFX and design groups have to make use of their creativeness and create [the universe] from scratch.” Although Dhar has zeroed in on the main woman, he refuses to expose particulars till the deal is sealed.