Neetu Chandra, who’s prepping up for India’s first women-centric martial art film, Ladaaku, has been leaving no stone unturned to make sure it turns out to be visually appealing since it involves lot of authentic action sequences based on Taekwondo martial form attempted for the first time in Bollywood.
Doing so, the actress-entrepreneur has got on board Rani Bala, her opponent of Taekwondo championships, to head the training team of Ladaaku. Interestingly, as Taekwondo athletes, Neetu and Rani have been pitted against each other several times in international Taekwondo championships.
Neetu, who is fond of Rani as a fighter, is impressed with her fighting skills. And so, the versatile actress with a sportsman spirit, decided to get Rani on board making her the head of training team of Ladaaku.
Rani will also supervise the action scenes and head the Korean masters group, who will be working with her closely on the action flick.
Neetu says, “Rani is a terrific fighter and she could be a great help in terms of supervising the authentic Taekwondo fight sequences for Ladaaku.”