In any case, here’s Amyra Dastur who is good to go to act alongside none other than Jackie Chan for the film Kung Fu Yoga. The three-film old on-screen character says she is over the moon and that she couldn’t have requested more. The thin magnificence has effectively shot 10 days for the motion picture, and will join the team for the following calendar soon in Beijing.
Sharing the fervor, Amyra says, “It was my throwing executive who let me know that I was decided for the film which has Jackie Chan ahead of the pack. At first I thought he was joking. My satisfaction had no limits when I realized that it was for genuine — I’m going to act with my ever-most loved Jackie Chan — the inclination is amazing. I will be meeting him soon; I have a feeling that I’m large and in charge.”
The on-screen character will be seen depicting an Indian young lady, and she needs to perform bunches of activity arrangements. The producers informed her on a couple fascinating features of Indian society and history to help her relate more to the character.
Amyra has as of now begun preparing in Kung Fu to pull off the outrageous tricks for Kung Fu Yoga. “I have been rehearsing for two hours a day now. The working the reality of the situation will become obvious eventually all the more once I join the team in Beijing. I will have a coach there and will begin fiery sessions, which I’m anticipating. Aside from this, pilates, yoga and weight preparing offer me some assistance with keeping fit,” she grins.
Having said that, Amyra who appeared in south inverse Dhanush in Anegan says she needed to say farewell to two Telugu flicks for tolerating this film. She should attack into Tollywood with a film of Puri Jagannadh and another motion picture with Manchu Vishnu. Yet, the performing artist feels that her choice will pay off, and will work ponders for her profession.
Amrya says she is anxious and in addition elated over meeting Jackie in a couple of days. Test her on how she will respond when she meets the genius of Asia, praise comes the answer, “I’m interested about his response when we meet. I need to welcome him home for supper and serve him Parsi food,” she laughs in conclusion.