Arjun Kapoor chooses Functional Training for ‘Panipat’
Arjun Kapoor is taking special functional training for his role in upcoming film ‘Panipat’. He has chosen Shivoham as his trainer for the same. Shivoham has already proved his excellency in crossfit training and WOD.
Arjun is also aquiring skills of a warrior to master his role on screen as there would definitely be massive battleground fights.
Arjun was also spotted taking horse riding sessions at Mahalaxmi Racecourse. For this Arjun Kapoor wrote on his instagram:
New year, new learnings… so the last whole month of 2018 went in enjoying the company of an Animal, Mother Nature & Sunrises… as I gear up to restart shooting for Panipat I feel privileged to be able to learn this beautiful art of becoming one with this most glorious animal. The process of learning has been therapeutic & empowering at the same time. Can’t wait to get back on set with this new childlike excitement for what is my toughest & biggest film yet.
PS – Thank you to my teachers at the Race course for bearing with me along the way… @agppl@kritisanon@duttsanjay#panipatprep#panipat#horsewhisperer#horsingaround#newlearnings#2019#happynewyear#sadashivraobhau
Arjun is playing the role of of Sadashiv Rao Bhau, who served as a Senapati to the Marathas at the third battle of Panipat, that was fought against the Afgans lead by Ahmed Ali Abdali in 1761. Other than Arjun Kapoor, Sanjay Dutt, Kirti Sanon and Padmini Kolhapure will also be seen in Panipat. Panipat is scheduled to be released on 6th December, 2019.Oscar-winning Director Ashutosh Gawarikar is directing the film. Ashutosh has also given a superhit Period film Jodha-Akbar before which had Hrithik and Aishwarya in the lead. He is also popularly known for his films like Swades, Lagan, Mohen Jo daro and many others.Films like Padmaavat or Bajirao Mastani have set the standards of period films quite high. Lets see whether Panipat will be able to set another mark or not
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