Farah Khan, who was choreographing Jackie Chan’s moves for his upcoming flick Kung Fu Yoga, has wrapped up the schedule. On the sets, the 51-year-old choreographer and filmmaker was spotted spending some quality time with Chan. While recalling this meeting, Farah took to her social media to thank the actor.
She wrote, “Legends of the fall!! Wrap party! Lov my job! Thank u Jackie for being the soul you are!”
Legends of the fall!! Wrap party! Lov my job! Thank u Jackie for being the soul you are! pic.twitter.com/xfs7NaYz6f— Farah Khan (@TheFarahKhan) April 4, 2016
Kung Fu Yoga is an action-drama that features the 61-year-old Hong Kong martial artist in the role of an archaeology professor. It also features Sonu Sood and Amyra Dastur in the lead roles.
Farah recently shot the big, happy, Bollywood style-Chinese song in Jodhpur. “It’s a Chinese song with Jackie (Chan), Sonu (Sood), Amyra (Dastur) and Disha (Patani) shaking a leg to the catchy beats,” the 51-year-old choreographer said in a statement.
“Jackie has been wanting to do a Bollywood song for a while now and has promised to show off all these moves when he’s in India next to promote the film. In fact, he is doing it so well that we now call him Jackie Jackson on the sets,” she added.
The Om Shanti Om helmer was floored by the international megastar’s humility and professionalism. “Apart from shooting in the scorching heat, minus complains, Jackie Chan also reported to the sets 15 minutes before call time,” she said.
The film is set to release this October.