“Uri: The Surgical Strike’ director Aditya Dhar is thankful that his magnum opus the Immortal Ashwatthama’ has stayed untouched due to the stunt as several filmmakers needed to sit back seat and stall the shoots. The three-part modern-day superhero movie, which has its origins at the Mahabharata, sees Vicky Kaushal because of the mythological character who had given the boon of immortality.
For his portrayal of all Ashwatthama — that the son of Dronacharya, the performer is going to need to train in horse-riding and various martial art forms, including krav maga and jujutsu.
Vicky might need to weigh over 100 kilos,” states the director. Agreeing that the places play an integral role in such a subject, he’s all”We shall start shooting in Europe, primarily the UK, then head to Iceland. The strategy may change depending on the COVID-19 crisis in these countries.”
The lockdown has been successful for the manager who ensured that every detail was attended to throughout the pre-production. “We’ve finalized our HoDs [mind of sections ] and begun our talk together with the VFX team. Since nobody has ever attempted such a topic before, we don’t have a reference point. So, the VFX and design teams need to use their creativity and create [the universe] from scratch” Even though Dhar has zeroed in to the top lady, he will not divulge details until the deal has been closed.