Posted on December 28, 2015 at 9:27 pm

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Sunny Deol all praise for Point Break!

The Bollywood action hero who recently attended the special pre-release screening of the Hollywood action thriller organized for stuntmen also applauded their efforts

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Action hero Sunny Deol admitted to being wowed by the death-defying sequences in the soon-to-release Hollywood film Point Break. Attending a pre-release screening of the Hollywood action thriller organized specially for stuntmen, the Bollywood star also praised the stuntmen of our industry. Acknowledging them for their efforts and their contribution to the film industry, Deol was clearly happy to be a part of this unique event held to appreciate the action teams and shared his excitement with the stuntmen present.

 

Point Break boasts of the most high-octane stunts ever seen on the big screen. The film has been garnering worldwide recognition for capturing the most daring athleticism, stunts and action sequences. All these dangerous stunts have been performed by elite athletes representing the world’s best in class in the world of extreme adventure sports.

 

Directed by Ericson Core (Best known for his work as a DoP in Fast and Furious as well as directing Invincible) the film is a remake of the 1991 cult hit Point Break starring Patrick Swayze and Keanu Reeves and revolves around a young FBI agent, Johnny Utah (Luke Bracey) who infiltrates a team of thrill-seeking elite athletes – led by the charismatic Bodhi (Edgar Ramirez). This extraordinary team of extreme-sports athletes is suspected of masterminding and carrying out a spate of outrageous, unprecedented and sophisticated corporate heists in the most unusual ways.

Starring in this new rebooted version are Édgar Ramírez (Zero Dark Thirty, The Bourne Ultimatum, Carlos the Jackal), Luke Bracey (G.I. Joe: Retaliation, The Best of Me, November Man), along with Teresa Palmer (Warm Bodies), Delroy Lindo (Sahara, Gone in Sixty Seconds), and Ray Winstone (Noah, The Departed).