Actors Saif Ali Khan and Sonakshi Sinha were recently spotted shooting for their film Bullet Raja in Kolkata. Take a look.
After being spotted shooting in Lucknow some time back, Saif Ali Khan was seen waving to his fans during shooting of Bullet Raja at ...
Sonakshi Sinha looked pretty in purple as she was seen shooting for her next film Bullet Raja at a flower market in Kolkata.
Saif Ali Khan seems to be back to work post wedding. The actor was recently spotted shooting for his upcoming film Bullet Raja and interacting ...
Saif Ali Khan shoots in a middle of a road in Lucknow for Bullet Raja. (UNI Photo)
Bullet Raja is an action film directed by Tigmanshu Dhulia. (PTI Photo)
Saif Ali Khan interacts while shooting for Bullet Raja. (PTI Photo)
Saif Ali Khan will be seen in a rugged look for Bullet Raja. (PTI Photo)
It has been a good year so far for Saif Ali Khan, whose recent release, Race 2, entered the much-coveted Rs100 crore club. The actor is now all geared up for his next film, Tigmanshu Dhulia’s Bullett Raja, which hits the screens this November end. And now, we’ve been informed that Saif will be seen in a very rustic, and a muck leaner avatar in the movie.
A source close to the actor reveals, “Saif looks great in the film. He hasn’t been this fit before, even though he has been part of many action flicks. In this movie, he has a lot of action sequences and has done a great job with his body. He worked out a lot, even while he was on the sets.”
Saif himself has received plenty of compliments, especially from those who have seen the rushes of the film so far. Ask him about his new look and the actor says, “I wasn’t fit when I did Race 2. I was okay, but I am way fitter now and I look different.” He adds that being fit also makes him happy overall. “It’s a great feeling when you know you are fit and you are looking good when you are being shot. When you are fit, your body language changes. You are more agile and, with the kind of stunts we did in Bullett Raja, that is needed because it can get physically demanding.”