Vivek Oberoi at a book launch event in Mumbai in April 2012. Photo Credit: sawfnews.com
June 29, 2012, (Sawfnews.com) – Vivek Oberoi’s character Kaal in Rakesh Roshan’s Krrish 3 will be as powerful as that of Hrithik Roshan’s and will be made an integral part of the film’s future series.
Rakesh Roshan confirmed the development. The film will not see Hrithik Roshan do any song-dance sequences, which may be a bit of a downer for Hrithik fans knowing his popularity as a dancer.
“For the first time, there’s another character as powerful as Hrithik’s Krrish and that is Vivek Oberoi’s Kaal. Krrish won’t sing and dance. With Krrish and Kaal pitched against one another in a very serious combat, any attempt to change the equation would tilt the balance,” the director/producer told Mumbai Mirror.
“This time, I had to work hard on establishing Vivek’s character. He is a definite part of the franchise now. We’ve left no stone unturned to ensure it looks like a battle between equals. There’s no point in introducing an antagonist and then leaving the character half-finished.”
Rakesh is impressed with Vivek’s contribution to the film. The story moves ahead with both the characters and his biggest achievement in his directorial, he says, is pitching the two characters equally.
“For the last five months, we’ve shot only action scenes. All I can tell you is the fights are not about showing the super hero throwing punches. His opponent is just as powerful.”
Roshan says action scenes of his film can’t be comapred with Hollywood because of monetary restrictions, but his film’s strength is the drama in the script.
“So we’ve based all the action in emotions. We have to depend on our content, the story and emotions. We’ll try to get the audience involved in the emotions and then get them sucked into the stunts.”
The film’s leading ladies are Priyanka Chopra and Kangana Ranaut who will be playing India’s first superwoman.
With hotties like Vivek and Hrithik in the mix, Krrish 3 sounds like it’s going to be a winner!
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