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Vijay Varma gets into nineties mode for 'Hurdang'
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Vijay Varma gets into nineties mode for 'Hurdang'
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Prayagraj, Aug 23 (TIWN) "Gully Boy" actor Vijay Varma went through a series of look tests, and exchanged notes with director Nikhil Nagesh Bhatt, to ace his part of a nineties college student from Allahabad in their upcoming film "Hurdang".

"We arrived at the final look after many trials. We took references from many pictures from the late '80s and early '90s, which the team had gathered for mood boards," says Varma, who will be seen wearing his hair long — as was the style in the '90s — and sporting tinted sunglasses, another rage in the decade. "Sheetal and I worked closely to get the vibe of Loha Singh right. Power and leadership are his main traits, and we made sure they reflected in the styling."  While Varma flaunted a barely-there moustache in his breakout film Gully Boy, he decided to grow it out to lend "gravitas" to his character in the social drama. "The moustache was an idea that I had to try, to make my character look intimidating."

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