Even as Aamir reportedly wants her in Chicago and Shahrukh expects her to remain in Ladakh, Katrina is busy prepping herself to pull off some mean stunts. The actress, who will be required to be in the best of shape for the action flick, had her fair share of inhibitions for the rigorous physical training. However she has put it all behind and trained in all forms of combat at the Yashraj Studios in Mumbai.
A source informs, “Katrina has done some rigorous training sessions. Going by the history of the earlier two outings of the film, the leading ladies of the film are required to have great bodies. Katrina’s training is a mix of martial arts, gymnastics and a bit of parkour as well.”
The source adds, “The stunt scenes are very vital to the film and after her power-packed sequences in Ek Tha Tiger, Katrina does not want to leave any stone unturned for her film with Aamir.” Kat joins the unit in Chicago once she completes her schedule for her Yash Chopra film with Shah Rukh Khan which is currently being shot in Ladakh.
Prepared for everything
It looks like Katrina Kaif has been in a preparation mode for her films. For her Salman Khan- starrer, she took lessons in belly dancing for a song in the film. While earlier while shooting for her item number Sheila Ki Jawani she had gone on a strict diet for days before the shoot.
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