With his films, he takes up stunts a notch higher but actor John Abraham says in his upcoming movie "Rocky Handshome" action is at par with Hollywood. The 43 year old actor, who was under rigorous training for the Nishikanth Kamat-directed film, said the action in it is lyrical.
"It's not like any other action film. The stunts in it are lyrical as you need to maintain a certain posture when you are fighting with knives. The chances of hurting yourself increase if you don't maintain a certain posture. I got trained 14 hours a day for one month.''
The "Madras cafe" star plays revenge seeker Kabir Ahlawat, who shares a warm bond with an eight-year-old girl. "The child was very special. She was always on time on sets. She is just age 7, but quite mature. She is a gymnast and after the shoot she used to show me gymnastics."
The film is releasing on Holi weekend and will also have a clash with Hollywood's much-touted movie "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice". John is unfazed by the box office battle.