'I wanted to meet Farah's standards'

Normally, comedians are used solely for the laughs, but he’s glad he had an opportunity to go a step further in Delhi Belly.

 In the first half of the flick, he will be seen sporting a curly mop of hair while in the second half, he goes bald. He said, “Shooting solo for a Bollywood song was a big high for me and a great deal of fun. Though the rehearsals were pretty intense, it was scary for me as a newcomer, like any, to work with Farah Khan as the only thought I has was to meet her standards. Her expertise made it all the more easy.”

Vir squeezed into a latex outfit for the track and according to him, it was a tight fit.  “It was a real challenge and there was absolutely no ventilation in the suit. But at some point, you just have to commit and dive in headfirst,” said Vir, who is looking foward to the release of his film on July 1.

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