Sometime back we had told you that Emraan Hashmi is all set to venture into production with 'Azhar' director Tony D'Souza's next film. Here's some latest scoop on the same. The film has been titled 'Captain Nawab' and will have the actor play an army officer for the first time.
Emraan was quoted saying to a leading tabloid, "I've worn a uniform twice before, briefly in Once Upon a Time in Mumbai and again in Ungli. This is the first time I'm playing an army man and it's an imposing look."
What's interesting is that half the uniform is that of the Indian army and the other half of Pakistan. “That's the DNA of the film. I know it'll spark off assumptions but I'll hold the suspense for now,“ Emraan says enigmatically, adding that he'll start prep from scratch, learning how to hold a gun and working on his body language. “It will take months of training before I get down to shooting. Just to get the swing of the bat right in Azhar, I had to train for at least four months, this film will be even more demanding."
Emraan further took to his Twitter to share the first look of the film with his fans-
The actor will begin training for the film once he wraps up Milan Luthria's 'Baadshaho'. The film which is said to be inspired by true events will hit the big screens in 2017.