Radhe: Salman Khan used to complete the hour-long action scene in 15-20 seconds, used to be surprised by the director

 

Photo courtesy: @Salman Khan instahram

Photo courtesy: @Salman Khan instahram

Bhaijaan used to be ready in just 20 seconds for Radhe’s fight scene. Gautam Gulati, who plays the chameleon in the film, said – ‘Salman Khan is very fast and agile. He did not need any training.

Mumbai: Salman Khan ‘Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai’ film of ‘Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai’ is being seen all over the world. While this film released on OTT in India is liking Salman Khan’s fans, the critics are criticizing this film as well. People believe that Salman Khan should not do such stunt films anymore. But do you know, Bhaijaan used to be ready in just 20 seconds for Radhe’s fight scene? Who plays the chameleon in the film during a conversation with HT Gautam Gulati Said- ‘Salman Khan is very fast and agile. He did not need any training. I asked him how he would take the advice given on the action sequence. He replied, ‘I have been doing this for 34-35 years, I do not need that much training.’ This is a fact, if you see them performing live, then you will know.

He further said, ‘I remember that Koreans were also surprised to see him doing stunts so quickly. It takes hours to choreograph a sequence and Salman just takes a look and gets ready for a stunt in 15-20 seconds. He only watches the choreography and then becomes a quick swimmer. We took 10-15 days training for the action scene. The team came to Mumbai from Korea and we (Randeep, Sangay and Gautam) used to train together with Salman for the fighting scene. We used to do scenes after training for several days and Salman sir used to get dressed like this. Gautam Gulati further stated that Salman Khan He is very happy working with He said- ‘He liked my work. Prabhudeva sir liked my acting. I was taken like a new artist but I am very happy to start a new journey ‘. Let us tell you that Gautam is going to work on some new projects soon.




Lenovo Go PC Accessory Range Unveiled Featuring a Wireless Multi-Device Mouse and USB Type-C Laptop Power Bank

 

Lenovo has announced a new range specifically for its PC accessories line predicting that the new ‘hybrid model’ is the future. The company is calling it Lenovo Go and the range will include products made for better mobile productivity, while keeping a hybrid workforce ecosystem in mind. The announced accessories in the Lenovo Go range are the Lenovo Go USB Type-C Laptop Power Bank and Lenovo Go Wireless Multi-Device Mouse. The power bank offers a capacity of 20,000mAh.

The Lenovo Go USB Type-C Laptop Power Bank is priced starting at $89.99 (roughly Rs. 6,600) and will be available from June 2021. On the other hand, the Lenovo Go Wireless Multi-Device Mouse is priced at $59.99 (roughly Rs. 4,400) and will also be available sometime next month. The company also teases the arrival of audio products, with the company hinting at a new pair of headphones on the company site.

The Lenovo Go USB Type-C Laptop Power Bank has 20,000mAh capacity with a 65-watt power output. The company claims that it takes about 3 hours to fully charge the power bank and it enables you to simultaneously charge up to 3 devices via dual USB Type-C ports and one USB Type-A port. The dual USB Type-C capabilities can also charge up to 2 devices while recharging the power bank itself. The cable is fixed into the device itself eliminating the need to carry an extra cable.

Lenovo Go Wireless Multi-Device Mouse can be paired with up to 3 devices and users can switch between them easily with a push of a button. Beyond 3-device pairing, you can use a Lenovo Unified Pairing Receiver to connect other devices with one dongle. The company claims that it can be used on nearly any surface and rarely runs out of battery, thanks to its blue optical sensor on board. This mouse features an adjustable DPI sensitivity, a programmable utility button with shortcuts configured for TEAMS meetings by default. The Lenovo Go Wireless Multi-Device Mouse offers two months of use on a single 1.5 hours of charge, thanks to support for both wired USB Type-C and wireless Qi charging. Connectivity options include 2.4GHz Wi-Fi and Bluetooth v5.


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