We showed you earlier the totally cool trailer for this year’s highly anticipated Agent Vinod, a Saif Ali Khan and Dinesh Vijan’s Illuminati Films production in association with Eros International. Now we have some more scoop and some really hot Saif stills!
Directed by Sriram Raghavan and starring Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor, the film releases in cinemas worldwide on March 23rd 2012. The film also stars Prem Chopra, Ravi Kishen, Ram Kapoor, Adil Hussein and, in a special appearance, Gulshan Grover. The music is by Pritam. The action in the film is composed by Peter Hein and Parvez Khan. In addition, several foreign stunt directors have contributed to the film which promises stylish realism and loads of action.
Agent Vinod, according to director Sriram Raghavan, is a man whose approach you may not always agree with but you’re sure glad he’s on your side.
Sunil Lulla, Managing Director, Eros International Media Ltd said, “After the success of Love Aaj Kal, we are glad to partner with Illuminati Films for Agent Vinod. Eros is gearing up for a promising year with the release of this highly anticipated action thriller. Audiences are in for a real treat with Saif Ali Khan in a never before seen role, some fabulous action and the sheer scale and treatment of the film by the very talented Sriram Raghavan.”
“The experience of creating Agent Vinod has been as action-packed as the film itself. At Illuminati Films we endeavor to make our work personal and it’s with this very conviction that we strive to entertain our audiences. Agent Vinod is not just a film, it is an exhilarating experience that will keep you on the edge till the very end,” says producer Dinesh Vijan.
Talking about the film Saif said recently, “Everyone will expect a Bond rip-off out of Agent Vinod. First of all, James Bond is very debonair and, you know, impeccably dressed and unruffled in situations. Vinod is not like that! Vinod is a little bit Bond and a little bit Tintin! He doesn’t look like Tintin, but Tintin is quite an adventure – the situations that he finds himself in are quite unique, interesting and larger than life. Vinod is closer to that.”