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Pretended to be in pain so that Bruce Lee holds me for longer: Jackie Chan

Jackie Chan worked as a stuntman in Bruce Lee starrer Enter the Dragon, which released in 1973.

Fatima Sana Shaikh bonds with Jackie Chan, Adrien Brody in China

At the recently held Jackie Chan International Action Movie Week, Fatima Sana Shaikh was honoured with an award for her action sequences in the 2018 release Thugs of Hindostan.

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Hrithik Roshan on meeting Jackie Chan: It was an incredible experience

Kaabil releases in China on June 5. Ahead of the release, Hrithik Roshan was seen promoting the movie with Chinese superstar Jackie Chan.

Jackie Chan: I really was quite a nasty jerk

Jackie Chan's autobiography titled Never Grow Up first released in Chinese in 2015. It has now been published in English.

When Fatima Sana Shaikh and Sanya Malhotra met Jackie Chan

At the 4th Annual International Jackie Chan Action Movie event, Fatima Sana Shaikh and Sanya Malhotra not only won awards for their film Dangal but also met international star Jackie Chan.

The Foreigner movie review: Jackie Chan and Pierce Brosnan are wasted in this Martin Campbell directorial

The Foreigner movie review: What is Jackie Chan doing in a film about the festering resentments in Northern Ireland, and a strained peace accord? Being a 'Chinaman'.

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Jackie Chan: One day I hope to get an Oscar for Best Actor

Jackie Chan hopes that he would someday be honoured with an Oscar as the best actor. He has already been honoured with a lifetime achievement Oscar but aims to bag it solely for his acting skills. He also said that with today's technology in Hollywood anybody can become an action star.

Jackie Chan: Everyone can be a Spider-Man

Action hero Jackie Chan says that he is not young anymore and would not continue to make action films. Talking about today's action films, Jackie Chan said that today's action heroes don't know how to fight and anyone can be a Spider-man using special effects.

Jackie Chan confirms Rush Hour 4, needs Chris Tucker on-board

In a recent interview, the 63-year-old Jackie Chan has revealed a sequel to the hit movies is most likely to happen. 'Rush Hour' follows the story of Hong Kong Detective Inspector Lee and wisecracking Detective James Carter, who team up to solve crimes after being shunned by both the FBI and the LAPD.

Sonu Sood joins the Bollywood biopic bandwagon

Sonu Sood has shortlisted a prominent social figure for his biopic. He not only plans to star in it but will also be producing it.

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Five Hollywood movies you should watch this October

September saw the release of one of the biggest earners this year in the form of Stephen King's It, but apart from that it was a lukewarm month that started after an appalling summer for Hollywood. This month, there are a bunch of promising releases like The Mountain Between Us and Blade Runner 2049 with big stars that might improve upon the enormous failures of previous months.

Kung Fu Yoga: Jackie Chan gets Indian welcome amid fans and flowers in Mumbai

Jackie Chan was hosted by Sonu Sood. The duo will appear in the Indo-Sino film, Kung Fu Yoga.

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