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Shahid Kapoor in heavy duty action in Rambo Rajkumar

IndiaGlitz [Thursday, April 18, 2013]
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Prabhudeva is all set to present the audience with his next masala hero through the handsome Shahid Kapoor. After Salman Khan and Akshay Kumar, the superhit choreographer-director will be showing Shahid in never-before-avatar as that of a typical commercial hero with his upcoming action entertainer 'Rambo Rajkumar'.

IndiaGlitz sources found out that in the film, Shahid will be performing some never-seen-before stunts and so he had to go through extensive training. Known to be thorough perfectionist, the actor went all out to train for the action sequences prior to the shoot schedule of 'Rambo Rajkumar'.

According to our sources, the actor went through some serious training with experts to perform some death-defying and hand combat stunts, including a 40-men attack action sequence and many others - a signature in Prabhudeva movies.

Confirming the news producer Viki Rajani said, "Shahid is an extremely dedicated actor and was very keen to go through extensive training to perform the action sequences in the film - Apart from working on his flexibility and strength, he also trained for some heavy duty action including one which includes fighting over 40 men."

Eros International and NextGen Films' 'Rambo Rajkumar' is slated to release this year.



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