Mumbai: Director Abhinay Deo believes his Force 2 leading lady Sonakshi Sinha will surprise everyone with her action in the film.
“In this film you will see the difference. Here Sonakshi is shoulder to shoulder with John Abraham. People would be surprised looking at her. We have started shooting the action part with her. Almost 50% of the action is done,” Abhinay told PTI.
The Delhi Belly director is working on some hitherto unseen action sequences in Force 2. “With Force 2, I am trying to give action sequences that people haven’t seen yet. Hope I can give something new. The shoot is going amazing. John has had an injury so we had stopped shooting for some time,” he said.
“70% of the film is done, only 30% is left. We have not thought of the release date yet,” he added.
Besides having spectacular action, the film will see Mardaani famed actor Tahir Raj Bhasin replacing Vidyut Jammwal, who played the negative role in Force.
“This time the villain is (being played by) Tahir Raj Bhasin from Mardaani. He is an absolutely amazing actor… He will surprise the audience. Villain doesn’t necessarily be well-built and huge. He can surprise with his thinking…using brains,” he said.
Abhinay is directing a film after a gap of four years and he believes in taking time and giving his best.
“I always take time for my projects. After Delhi Belly I took two years for my next project 24. I dedicated my time for the show as I want to do something different and path-breaking,” he said.
Besides Force 2, Abhinay is working on his much-awaited TV show 24.
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