Shivin Narang will be seen playing lead in upcoming show Beyhadh 2. While Jennifer Winget has gone a step ahead and got her hair coloured to get into the skin of Maya, Shivin has put his warrior hat on and has taken classes to learn fencing. Sharing his excitement, Shivin said, “I am always up to learn new things and hone my skills. For the first time on Indian television, fencing will be shown on-screen and there are numerous such fighting sequences that have been performed for the first time.”
He adds, “Fencing is very different from sword fighting and requires proper skill set and technique. Compared to sword fight, fencing is more restricted and driven by rules. After training for more than 60 days I felt confident to be able to hold the weapon and fight on-screen.”
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