Boy!! The guy next door is talking tough these days.. the choice of generation next filmmakers is on a defining shift from soft and simple to something raw, rustic and real.
The top contender for the crown of B-town prince charming has made many bholi bhali kuwaris round the world go weak in their knees with movies like "Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na', 'I Hate Love Stories', and Ek Main Aur Ek Tu'.
Now Imran wants to do some real talking in his forthcoming talkies and is all set to look rustic , matured and grown up.
He will be playing a different character in each of his upcoming film.
He is interacting with people from Mumbai's different areas , to get into the Character for Milan Luthria's One Upon a time in Mumbai-2 where Imran will be seen playing a Loafer.
For Vishal Bhardwaj's Matru ki Bijlee ka Mandola he portrays a rural , country rustic boy from Haryana , also he will be seen as a small town boy in Tigmanshu Dhulia's Milan Talkies.
Imran is all set to make all his characters look real,for which he is working with so much diligence.
He also spent about a month to learn Haryanavi before his shoot for Matru Ki Bijlee ka Mandola.
Working with critically acclaimed directors will add more to his professional life.
The benefit will be extensive for the 29 year old Imran.
We are impressed and definitely Imran's dear Mamu jan the perfectionist Aamir will be loving it too.