As the film is based on the life of a commando and the actor has trained in martial arts, he is doing all the stunts himself. But during a particular scene when things proved tough for him, talcum powder came to his rescue!
Says a unit source, “The action sequences have been shot at various locales in the northern rugged regions of north India. For one of the scenes, Vidyut had to flip the villains and each time he tried, his hand would slip. This kept on happening repetitively.” The unit folk were stressed as the scene had to be captured in natural daylight and they were losing out on time. That’s when Vidyut got the idea of applying talcum powder on the arms of the villains and the stunt was filmed!”
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