Radha reunites Salman Khan and Disha Patani after their last Eid outing, Bharat, albeit this time as a full-fledged on-screen couple. The preparations for this action flick have started in full swing with Disha Patani undergoing rigorous training under Radhe’s director, as well as the choreographer, Prabhu Deva. Well, it’s a known fact that Patani is a trained dancer; however, with the ace Prabhu Deva in the scene, how can her dance rehearsals go thanda? One such adventurous session took place recently, resulting in Disha Patani’s knees going sore. Read on.
Taking to her Instagram story, the national crush of India shared a glimpse of her dance practice for Radhe; however, it was injured knees that caught our attention. The picture sees Disha wearing a white tee and black shorts, as she sat looking at her sore knees with a smile. It turns out Prabhu Deva has taught her some tough steps, but we are sure that the actress, as usual, won’t disappoint fans. Remember her sizzling trapeze act in Slow Motion? “Prabhu sir’s dance steps got me like #Radhe #injuredknees,” wrote Disha Patani in her caption.
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In an interview with Asian Age, Disha Patani opened up on working with Salman Khan and shared how she finds him inspiring. “There’s too much in there for me to choose one to be honest. Salman sir is one of the most humble and kind people I’ve ever come across. There’s this aura about him that makes you feel comfortable around him even though he’s one of the biggest superstars in India. Watching him work is nothing short of inspiring. So to sum up, I can’t decide on any one specific thing!”
Radhe also stars Randeep Hooda and Jackie Shroff in the lead roles and is slated to release on Eid 2020. (ALSO READ - Radhe Muharat Puja: Disha Patani Looks Divine In White And Gold, Our Eyes Are On The Box Of Kaju Katli Though)
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