- Vicky Kaushal is learning jujutsu and some other martial arts
- He learned to ride for & # 39; Takht & # 39; as reports revealed
- After & # 39; Uri & # 39; Vicky will work with director Aditya Dhar again
Vicky Kaushal, who will be working on a new film The immortal Ashwatthama, learn different forms of martial arts, explained a Mumbai Mirror report. The makers allegedly want Vicky to be prepared before the film The immortal Ashwatthama goes on floors. A source close to the development told Mumbai Mirror: "Vicky will be training mixed martial arts, focusing on Krav Maga and Jujutsu." The source also revealed that the actor was training to ride for his upcoming film Takht and said, "It will be useful here too." The source said, "Lessons in sword and spear fighting and archery are also on the agenda."
Looks like Vicky Kaushal is not training intensively for the first time. For his last film Uri: The surgical blowVicky completed paramilitary training and learned how to use ammunition and artillery, as well as military sign language.
Uri: The surgical blow In an interview with the PTI news agency last year, director Aditya Dhar confirmed the news of the renewed collaboration with Vicky Kaushal on a new project. A director's spokesman had details too The immortal Ashwatthama "It is not an epochal film, it is a superhero action film that takes place in modern times." Ashwatthama is a character from the Indian epic Mahabharata. He is the son of Guru Dronacharya, who fought for the Kauravas and against the Pandavas in the Battle of Kurukshetra.
Vicky Kaushal will also be seen in the upcoming film Bhoot: Part One – The Haunted Ship, The film marks its debut in the horror genre. Bhoot: part one also plays Bhumi Pednekar and is directed by Bhanu Pratap Singh. The release is scheduled for February 21st. In the meantime, Vicky has Kaushal Takht by Karan Johar and a biopic Sardar Udham Singh in the pipeline.