''He as well as director Sriram Raghavan was of the opinion that despite the central protagonist being an agent here, they wouldn't be blowing cars all over the city,'' informs a source attached to the film, ''They were sure that nothing would be a part of the narrative if it was rather unnecessary.''
Another line of thought that Saif and Sriram carried was the familiarity factor that Indian audience are carrying today when it comes to action imports from the West. With dubbed versions of BAD BOYS and FAST AND THE FURIOUS series reaching the nook and corner of the country, the makers felt that it would be futile to try bettering sequences from these films. CHECK OUT: Saif Ali Khan- Vinod is a raw Agent; the less you know about him is better
''When you are working at a budget which is less than 5% of such films, why try to be over-smart and shoot something for your personal gratification,'' adds Sriram, 'I would rather shoot something that is absolute necessary and takes the story forward. This is what I have done by varying my action sequences in a way that each of them manages its own individuality without seeming overdone.''
An agent who doesn't overdo his act? Well, we would certainly like to see his modus operandi at play here!