Actor Ajay Devgn believes in being muscular and fit rather than running after six-pack and eight-pack abs that other actors have flaunted in their films.
Ajay Devgn. Pic/Santa Banta
"For 'Action Jackson', the makers wanted me to sport a bulky body, which was very easy for me to achieve.
"I believe six-pack and eight-pack abs make you weak. They look nice, but they can make you physically weak. I believe you should be muscular and fit. I don't want to promote eight-pack abs," Ajay said.
The actor, who's currently busy promoting his film "Action Jackson", says there is no buffoonary in the film.
"Prabhudheva is a very good actor himself and there is no buffoonary comedy in the film, and his comic timing is great. I enjoyed working with him," he said.
Directed by Prabhudheva, "Action Jackson" also features Sonakshi Sinha.
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