Kerala martial expert to work for US firm
G Satyanarayanan is all set to work with a leading US-based animation company to produce a computer game.
A martial arts exponent from Kerala who fought the legendary Jackie Chan in The Myth is all set to work with a leading US-based animation company to produce a computer game.
"The final agreement will be inked soon and I will be able to give you the name of the company only when that happens," said G Satyanarayanan.
He said he is helping the company in the choreography of the high-profile computer game, which is to have a lot of movements like in the traditional martial arts.
"The game, I am told, is full of action and I would be giving the necessary guidance in the movements of the game," Satyanarayanan told the agency.
The 44-year-old Satyanarayanan is a full-time instructor at the prestigious CVN Kalari here that provides training in martial arts.
He had a one-to-one fight sequence with Chan in The Myth which extended over five minutes in 2004.
He was roped in by Chan's production team after they identified him as one of the best exponents of Indian martial arts. He played the role of the Prince of Sadai.
"Yes, I got this new offer just because I acted in the Chan film," he said.