Jackie Chan's stunt coordinator appointed for Commando series

Directed by Vipul Amrutlal Shah, the series premieres on Disney+Hotstar from August 11 onwards

Filmmaker Vipul Amrutlal Shah has roped in martial art legend Jacky Chan's stunt choreographer Andy Long, from Germany, for his upcoming OTT series Commando.

The action sequences are choreographed by Long, who has earlier choreographed Jacky Chan in the film Chinese Zodiac (2012). He has also worked for Inception (2010), In Bruges (2008) and The Constant Gardener (2005) amongst many more.

The Commando franchise started in 2013 with Commando: A One Man Army which starred Vidyut Jammwal in the titular role. Over the years, the franchise has become a favourite of the enthusiasts of the action genre.

In order to make web-series Commando a visual spectacle, Shah had asked his team to shoot it as a film with all equipment used for a movie.

Known for his remarkable talent scouting prowess in the film industry, Shah is set to launch the promising and talented newcomer Prem Parrijaa in the Commando series. The series brings back the charismatic Adah Sharma in a high-octane role.

The action-thriller will also see Vaibhav Tatwawadi, Shreya Singh Chaudhry, Amit Sial, Mukesh Chhabra and Ishteyak Khan in pivotal roles.

Produced by Shah's Sunshine Pictures, directed and created by Shah, co-produced by Aashin A Shah, the series is set to release on August 11 on Disney+ Hotstar.

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