"The hero won't be larger-than-life. He will be very much one of us," says Ghajini [ Images ] director A Murugadoss about his second Hindi film starring Akshay Kumar [ Images ].
Further investigation reveals that the ordinary guy in Murugadoss' film will use his own day-to-day devices to overcome his enemies.
Akshay will have to train for at least three week in the French sports of Parkour before shooting.
"Akshay already knows Parkour," the director says. "But the skill will be applied in my film in a far more subtle way than seen so far. For that, he needs to prepare in the art once again. Like I said, my hero is not going to be larger-than-life. He will be life-size, very true to reality. He will react to his adversaries how you and I would. Akshay can't be shown doing daredevil stunts fighting 10 goons. It will be a far less in-your-face and believable action."