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Watch: Jackie Chan goes Tunak tunak tun with Sonu Sood


Jackie Chan, in a singular frame, was seen jolt a leg with Indian actor Sonu Sood to a Punjabi strain Tunak tunak tun . Jackie Chan, in a singular frame, was seen jolt a leg with Indian actor Sonu Sood to a Punjabi strain Tunak tunak tun .

Legendary actor Jackie Chan, in a singular frame, was seen jolt a leg with Indian actor Sonu Sood to a Punjabi strain Tunak tunak tun during a 19th Shanghai International Film Festival.

Sonu and Chan, who will be seen pity shade space in a Sino-Indian plan Kung Fu Yoga attended a red runner for a Film Festival and achieved an unpretentious dance on a Daler Mehndi-crooned strain on a stage.

Sonu common a video dash of their dance, that seemed to be a choreographed sequence.

“Impromptu dance moves with my hermit Jackie Chan. Shanghai Kung Fu Yoga,” review a caption.

Chan seemed gentle with a steps, and one conjectures he took Bollywood choreographer Farah Khan’s training in India for Kung Fu Yoga seriously.

The Dabangg star also pronounced Chan is a many common man.

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“With a many common male we know. Jackie Chan. SIFF 2016 red carpet. Kung Fu Yoga,” he tweeted.

Kung Fu Yoga is partial of a three-film agreement sealed between a dual countries during Chinese President Xi Jinping’s revisit to India. The film also stars singer Amyra Dastur. It is reported that a Hindi film stars have achieved some adrenalin-pumping movement sequences for a movie.

Sonu also common a sketch of a whole group of a film.

“With a best group Jackie Chan, Renny harlin (Director of Cliffhanger, Die Hard) and Stanley Tong,” he captioned a black and white photograph.

Directed by Stanley Tong, a movement comedy film has been shot in Jaipur and Iceland.