New Delhi, Oct 31 (IANS) Actress Evelyn Sharma got an opportunity to learn Thai boxing from champion Sumlock Kamsing while she was shooting in Thailand.
The "Nautanki Saala!" actress was in Thailand shooting for her new show "Life Mein Ek Baar", and during her stay there she got to pick up the sport.
"It was fun. I never thought I can do something like Thai boxing. It is a great way to learn some self-defense. It teaches you some great amount of concentration, dedication and helps to stay fit as well," Evelyn said in a statement.
"Life Mein Ek Baar" is a reality documentary drama about Evelyn and her friends and about their adventurous vacation and experiences in Thailand. The forthcoming show will capture the personal experience of this trip of Evelyn and her girl gang - Mahek Chahal, Pia Trivedi and Rochelle Rao.
Talking about the show, she said: "It is such an amazing concept. The show gives you freedom and opportunity to try out your most adventurous dreams, and that in a team of your best friends.
"It's like you are working and on a vacation at the same time. Imagine you had to snorkel in the most beautiful ocean for work."
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Aditi shared the platform with experts like Kinita Kadakia Patel, Sunita Banerjee and Rekha Agrawal.
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