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After No Means No Dhruv Verma to begin The Good Maharaja based on World War II

Dhruv had undergone into hardcore training for a year in Hollywood under the guidance and blessings of legendary megastar Steven Seagal.

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After finishing the shoot of India’s first Indo Polish film No means No (tentatively to be released on March 22nd, 2021 worldwide) in Poland, action hero and known as India’s James Bond Dhruv Verma gears up for his next The Good Maharaja. The film is based on a true story on World War 2. Dhruv had undergone into hardcore training for a year in Hollywood under the guidance and blessings of legendary megastar Steven Segal.

Reportedly, for the Indo-Polish mega budgeted film, No Means No that packs nail biting action sequences, he spent months in Poland mastering Krav Maga (Israeli Fighting style developed for the army) and Jyrki Sario Defendo (Defensive Fighting Style developed for the European police) from his guru Mr. Bartek Dobrowolski along with a specially tailored course in gun shooting, besides the masterful training he already received from the action legend, Sanjay Dutt in disarming and shooting techniques. He also mastered the techniques of 17 different Handguns, rifles and shotguns from other Maestros from the Strzelnica Gun Club in Bielsko Biała, Poland.

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Dhruv was further pursuing a passion which he had already started training for in India. Dhruv was glimpsed on Horseback, in his recent photoshoot which was taken in Poland. Further finding revealed that Dhruv was training under the Polish Equestrian Federation at “Akademia Jazdy Konnej Solka” in Bielsko Biala.

This comes in addition to the training he has already received from the famed and legendary Polo player, Mr. Suresh Taparia. For his next film, – The Good Maharaja, Dhruv is further specializing in horseback riding and weapon shooting, This is going to be A World War 2 epic, another true story about the long relation between India and Poland is soon going to be on the floors.

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When asked about where his love of acting stems from, Dhruv claimed that his passions were kindled during his school years, in the prestigious Cathedral and John Connon School where Dhruv was House Captain of Savage House (Green House). During his school life Dhruv was actively involved in social work and cultural Activities such as Elocution, Debates and Drama in both Hindi and English, winning numerous awards through his tenure at Cathedral.

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Surely his passion followed him well into his college years at H.R College of Commerce and Economics from which he Graduated with a specialization in Business Management and Marketing. In college, Dhruv was an avid thespian, participating in stage plays, street plays and mimes for the Cultural Council of his college in various famed intercollegiate festivals such as Malhar by Xaviers College and WAVES by BITS Pilani Goa. In some ways perhaps Dhruv was destined for this path, since at the time of his Birth his father’s Guru and family friend, the Hollywood Mega star Steven Seagal Flew down from LA to bless the new born.

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