Performing artist Disha Patani says Chinese superstar Jackie Chan, with whom she has worked in Kung Fu Yoga, is attached to moving and he even learnt a few moves from her from Hrithik Roshan's Bang Bang!.
Kung Fu Yoga is an upcoming Indo-Chinese co-production, which additionally stars Sonu Sood and Amyra Dastur.
Disha, last found in MS Dhoni: The Untold Story, says working with Jackie was a social trade in its actual sense as the on-screen character showed her a Chinese melody.
"I showed him Hindi and he showed me a well known Chinese tune. He sung it. He is a decent artist. I showed him Tu Meri from Bang and the means moreover. He moved to it. Since he actions, he has a decent cadence and is a decent artist. I think on the off chance that he comes here you request that he sing this tune," the on-screen character told to a news agency.
Disha, 21, calls it a gift to have worked with the highly cherished on-screen character. She says she was absolutely in stunningness of Jackie, 62. "He is a motivation. He is astonishing. It wasn't scaring yet I was in the fan zone. First time I met him I couldn't trust it was him. When he came and conversed with me, I resembled 'Goodness my God he addressed me, he knows my name!' So I was in that fan zone for might be a week or more," she said.
"Jackie used to ask 'Disha why are you grinning constantly?" the on-screen character said, adding that getting the opportunity to do activity close by Jackie, a standout amongst the most respected activity stars over the globe, was overpowering.
"It is extremely overpowering for me. The way that I am doing activity with him. He is not the individual who might scare anybody. He is so neighborly, relaxed and deals with artistes and his group," she said.
Gotten some information about how she turned out to be a piece of the venture, the one-film-old on-screen character says her preparation in aerobatic paid off.
"They were searching for somebody who can do activity. I was at that point doing gymnastic and kicks for one-and-a-half year. When they were trying out, I tried out. They inquired as to whether I can do activity. I sent them my gymnastic recordings and they enjoyed it. We didn't have such a great amount of time to plan for it. We used to go ahead set, they used to give us choreography of the activity and do it," she said.
The multi-lingual activity experience parody film has been coordinated by Stanley Tong.