AANAAHAD WHILE TRAINING RECENTLY IN HONG KONG
The new boy Aanaahad, whom we recently saw as an action hero in Indian Film LAHORE, has found an International support. The lad is being trained by Hollywood's finest action director, Tony Leung Siu Hung, who happened to have also directed stunts for Aanaahad first film. Not just this, our Indian young boy, who is gearing up for a super hero physique and some out of the world actions for his next, has a special visitor during his training in Hong Kong, from whom Aanaahad picks up some really important tips. This guest perhaps happens to be one of the biggest action heroes of all times in Hollywood and is none other than - Mr. 'Jet Lee'. Aanaahad had met Lee a couple of times while filming of LAHORE where the former had shown interest to learn some tips on stunts and actions for films. Infact it was Lee who referred Tony to Aanaahad and asked him to train under Leung.
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Tony Leung, who has been training Aanaahad for a month and half now, has big Hollywood action flicks like WARRIOR OF THE HEAVEN AND EARTH, IPMEN, MOSCOW HEAT, DOUBLE VISION, SEVEN MUMMIES, BLOODMOON SUPERFIGHT, THE LEGEND OF DRUNKARD MASTER, A LAMB IN DESPAIR and many more Hollywood Biggies to his name. Aanaahad is on a strict diet regime and workout to achieve a Superhero look and is being well trained as per the International standards. He is also being taught the art to work a Samurai Sword.
Whereas it has been already the best of the world training sessions for Aanaahad, Jet Lee's instructions will certainly be a morale booster for him. After all Lee is one of the big names that entire world looks forward to, in the league of action Super-stars.
Aanaahad had trained himself under Hollywood action director Edmond Lau in China for his debut film LAHORE, before this. But with tips from world's best action director and superstar all together, will Aanaahad be able to achieve the stature of a big action star here, a tag which has been almost lost somewhere in the commercialization & evolution of cinema in India.