Bengali superstar Jeet, who describes Chak De India and Bhaag Milkha Bhaag as his most favourite sports films, says he is open about doing a typical sports genre film if something comes his way. “I am not sure ‘when’ but definitely I am open about it. If something related to sports comes up, I would love to do it,” said Jeet during a Tata Steel event held in Kolkata.
“I make sure I work out 5-6 days in a week and that has separate timings either pre/post shoots. Unless my character/ scene demands, only then I plan my fitness in between shots. In this case, I carry the necessary equipments with me,” said Jeet. The actor feels as a mass icon his fitness mantra would be “Like every day as we eat, sleep, drink, wake up, we should also workout to be fit.”
Jeet, all set to turn up in the unique Tata Steel 25 km Marathon in Kolkata, said he and his production unit Grassroot will all turn up in the marathon. “The Grassroot team is obviously excited regarding my involvement in this event. They too will eagerly participate in the same as they are aware of the importance of staying fit,” Jeet said.