Deepika, Vin Diesel train for 'XXX: The Return of Xander Cage'

Both actors have been training vigorously for their respective roles in the film


Entertainment Desk January 25, 2016
Both actors have been training vigorously for their respective roles in the film. PHOTO: INSTAGRAM

Since director DJ Caruso took to Twitter to announce that Deepika Padukone will commence shooting of upcoming action-thriller XXX: The Return of Xander Cage in February, Deepika and Vin Diesel have both been training vigorously for their respective roles in the film.

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We’re not quite sure what her role in the action-packed movie is yet, but she is training hard with Mumbai-based celebrity trainer Yasmin Karachiwala, who uploaded a video on Instagram of the Bollywood diva doing intense training. The caption read:@deepikapadukone is getting ready for her #hollywooddebut in #XXX #thereturnofxandercage with @vindiesel. Training sessions are in full swing.”
https://www.instagram.com/p/BA6kMPEQtn-/

Here's one of Vin Diesel training hard for his upcoming role:
https://www.instagram.com/p/BAsOSjtmPve/

Earlier, the 30-year-old Bollywood beauty shared that her “ethnic background” helped her land a pivotal role alongside the Hollywood actor and she hopes to do justice to it. “The reason they are roping me is because of my background. I really hope that I do well in the movie and people go and watch it,” said Deepika.

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“Most importantly, I feel proud to be a part of a film where I get to show my ethnicity,” she added.

Reports were also making rounds that Deepika will be sharing screen space with Vampire Diaries star Nina Dobrev and Orange Is the New Black actor Ruby Rose, reported India Today.

The ace actor, who has taken 2015 by storm with her box-office hits Piku, Tamasha and Bajirao Mastani, further said that her success has been the result of constant efforts to improve her acting prowess with time.

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