Unlike many hindi films, where the heroes who play army officers keep long hair, Sharman would get a crew cut for the character to look real on the want of the director Faraz Haider.
"When I first narrated the script, Sharman got excited about donning a new look. Apart from working on his physique, I advised him to groom himself to look like a very authentic army man. Sharman had long hair and I was concerned about his hairstyle because he had to carry a style similar to an army officer. After a few days, he called me to say that he is coming to meet me in my office, and there was my hero standing in front of me with a perfect crew cut, which showed his involvement with his character and the film," said the proud director.
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