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Actually, people are wondering, would Vivek be able to pull off this 40 cr. gamble? "Yes, it's a gamble. But I have full faith in Kumar-ji [Taurani] and Kookie's abilities. They have made a fantastic film and I see no reason why this film wouldn't be lapped up in a big way. It's a paisa vasool entertainer, in my opinion," Vivek says. Not many are aware, Vivek underwent a 6-month training in stunts to get it right on the screen. "Let me assure you, you haven't seen something like this before. I didn't want a stuntman to carry out those stunts. I wanted to do those myself, hence I decided to undergo the training for several months before we commenced filming. But, let me add, it's not an 'action fare', it's an entertainer with loads of thrills, interesting twists and turns and great music," Vivek clarifies.
There's talk that the plotline is a mix of THE BOURNE SUPREMACY and GHAJINI. Vivek smiles, "It's not. There's no similarity with THE BOURNE SUPREMACY, nor is there anything remotely similar to GHAJINI. It's a novel thriller that doesn't borrow from any film, past or present. It's one of those films that we enjoyed watching in the 1970s and 1980s. It has that feel," Vivek adds.