‘Hollywood’s favorite Indian actor’ Ali Fazal takes over GQ India’s October issue

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While waiting for the release of his international movie Death On The Nile, India’s latest export to the West - Ali Fazal has bagged the lead role in film Codename: Johnny Walker. This war drama is based on the New York Times bestseller by the same name and is co-written by American Sniper co-writer Jim Delfice.

Covering for GQ India’s latest issue, Ali got candid about his latest international project looking so handsome!

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Styled by Rahul Vijay, Ali brought on the vintage vibes with his red-on-red combination from Perona layered with a suave SS Homme black overcoat. A fancy watch and a broody look with long hair completed his look.

On the work front, Fazal is currently promoting the second season of his show Mirzapur. If the pandemic permits, Fazal will fly to LA and begin shooting for the lead role in the film. Speaking about his role to the glossy, Ali said, “People (in the West) are now more open to writing parts that can have actors cast from across the canvas,” mentioning British writer, rapper and actor Riz Ahmed. “This is very hard to do because you have to get geography out of your head. Naturally, not all movies can do that – an Indian film about a farmer in the hinterland can’t cast Tom Cruise,” he continued.

 (Source- GQ India)

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