Emraan Hashmi, who was had disappeared from the silver screen is back with a bang. The actor who was last seen in Vikram Bhatt’s “Raaz Reboot” is all set to star in Milan Luthria’s “Baadshaaho”, an upcoming period drama written by Rajat Arora. Of late actors have been using innovative ways to grab more eyeballs to the cinema theaters and Emran Hashmi is no new. His character Daliya, in the movie, has been inspired by street artists and the locals of Rajasthan. The actor went onto spend some considerable amount of time with the locals in order to pick their mannerisms, body language, and the language. The whole film has been shot in some of the locations of the state and is set in 1970’s.When questioned about his look, the actor said,”I met a local guide in Rajasthan who spoke a variety of languages, sported funky attire and had tattoos. He wore T-shirts on dhotis with pagdis. I loved that and I decided to incorporate it into my character’s look. He had a nonchalant and carefree attitude. Daliya is based on this colourful real-life character. He gave us references for the accessories I’ve worn in the film. They are very retro and were worn by the men in those days.”
Besides this film, he will also star in “Captain Nawab” directed by Tony D’Souza. It looks like the actor has gathered the required momentum and it has set the ball rolling for his future endeavors.