Amyra Dastur Gets Farewell Cake From Jackie Chan

\"Kung Fu Yoga\" is a part of the three-film agreement signed between the two countries during Chinese President Xi Jinping\'s visit to India.

Published: 15th March 2016 10:07 PM  |   Last Updated: 15th March 2016 10:07 PM   |  A+A-


NEW DELHI: After shooting in cold conditions in Iceland for international film "Kung Fu Yoga", Indian actress Amyra Dastur got a warm goodbye gesture from legendary actor Jackie Chan.

Jackie got a cake for the whole team of the film on the last day of the Iceland schedule. 

According to a source, the martial arts movie star was impressed with Amyra's professionalism. 

"On the last day of the Iceland schedule, Jackie Chan got a cake for Amyra and the team as they were shooting in extremely difficult weather conditions and he was impressed with Amyra's professionalism. The team was shooting in cold conditions and they did glacier climbing too. Hence, this was his way of thanking them,” said the source. 

The shooting was taking place at Glacier Lagoon.

"Kung Fu Yoga" is a part of the three-film agreement signed between the two countries during Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to India. 

It also stars Sonu Sood and it said that the Indian stars have performed some adrenalin-pumping action sequences.

Directed by Stanley Tong, the action comedy film is shot in Dubai and Beijing. It will also be partly shot in India. 

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