WWE star Khali shakes a leg for a kid’s flickMay 20th, 2008 - 12:47 pm ICT by admin
Mumbai, May 20 (ANI): World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) star ‘The Great Khali’ polished his dancing skills as he shot for a children’s movie in Mumbai.
The fighter who has already worked in a Hollywood movie ‘The longest yard’ is acting in a Bollywood children’s adventure film ‘Rama-The Saviour’.
Khali said he was keenly following instructions from the film’s director Hadi Abrar, as he danced with kids for the song number.
“I have never danced before. I am just following the director’s instructions. You should see the film to enjoy it,” Khali said.
Khali, 35, the tallest WWE wrestle at 7 feet 3 inches and weighing 190 kilograms, took to bodybuilding and won the Mr. India title in 1995 and 1996.
He worked as a porter before joining the state police in Punjab. He is now a sub-inspector in the police force and is on long leave to continue the fight in WWE. (ANI)
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