Looks like Neetu Chandra, who went into hibernation for quite some time now, is back in action! And literally. The talented actress who has portrayed several interesting roles on screen with great aplomb has since the past few weeks been gearing up to do high octane but realistic shots in upcoming flick LADAAKU, touted as India's first woman-oriented out-and-out action flick.
If sources are to be believed, LADAAKU will have a backdrop of martial art form Taekwondo and will see Neetu doing heavy-duty action scenes, something which no Bollywood actress may have attempted on screen before. And for Neetu it's certainly a cakewalk. Well how? She's a Fourth Dan Black Belt and has represented India at the World Taekwondo Championships.
Neetu has perfectly capitalized her skill into a film. There are several actresses, who learn some or other art forms but they seldom make use of it. But Neetu going a step ahead will be seen setting a new example with LADAAKU
Neetu says, “I think it's important for me to make my own opportunities. That's why this movie is the right move for me.”
While a friend of hers has informed that Neetu will be traveling to USA in the first week of April for a month-long advanced rigorous training regimen for her role and she will continue the same for two months in India once she is back before she starts shooting for LADAAKU which will go on floors in August.
The film will be shot in India with a major schedule in Philippines. To top it all, a few Korean Taekwondo Masters will be specially flying down by the end of this month to meet Neetu for making the action larger than life with specially designed stunts that are Taekwondo-based.
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