Hollywood fight choreographer, Larnell Stovall, who is training Salman Khan for 'Sultan' has apparently moved into his Panvel farmhouse for an anytime prep
Salman Khan has started prepping up for his wrestler role in Sultan under the supervision of international fight choreographer Larnell Stovall. And if sources are to be believed, the star is hosting the beefy trainer at his Panvel farmhouse.
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Salman Khan (right) trains for Sultan
"Salman has been staying at his farmhouse for the last few months to prepare for the role. This serves two purposes: saving commute time and avoiding distractions. So, he thought it would be wise to have Larnell and some other members of the crew put up there too," a source says.
The schedule will stretch across three weeks, says a unit hand, adding: "So, for the next 20 days, Salman's farmhouse is home for all of us. He is a gracious host and has been taking good care of his trainer."
The spokesperson for the film says, "Salman kicked off his daily four-hour training for 'Sultan' with action director Larnell Stovall and team who have been flown in from Los Angeles to train the actor in wrestling and mixed martial arts for the next two months."