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    No Aamir, No more restrictions for Asin
    Asin has made a spectacular debut in Bollywood with Ghajini alongside Bolly super star Aamir Khan. Her work is highly appreciated and now the Hindi film producers are lining up to sign her for their films.

    But throughout the pre-release promotional activities of the flick, Asin was not to be seen. Aamir had strictly told the diva to stay away from the media since he didn't want to reveal her character and maintain the success.

    But now with her upcoming flick London Dreams, the actress is free to attend the press conferences and meet the media personals.

    The actress said that without meeting media channels, nothing can be passed onto the people about her. Asin is very excited about the remake offer of Arundhati.

    Apart from London Dreams, Asin is also busy learning the ancient form of Martial art Kalaripayattu. The Ghajini starlet has signed an International project opposite Kamal Haasan called 19th Step. This is her second film with him after Dashavataram. The film also stars Japanses star Tadanobu Asano in the lead.

    Sources close to Asin tell us, " Asin will be portraying the role of a warrior princess and hence has been trained in the ancient art.

    A local instructor trains Asin everyday. This film will be Asin's biggest project till date as the budget of the film is 50 million US dollars and it is based on the theme of the origin of Martial Arts in Kerala.

    Asin and Kamal Haasan play an important role in safeguarding these Martial Arts of Kerala while Japanese actor Asano plays a blood thirsty Samurai Kenji seeking to conquer the ancient Indian Martial Arts forms of Kalaripayattu (ancestor of Karate).

    He learns the tough 18 steps and masters the 19th step from an Indian guru played by Kamal Haasan while Asin will play a local princess."

    Kalaripayattu is an ancient martial art form which originated in Kerala, India, was taken across the Himalayas by the Buddhist monk, Bodhi Dharma to China, giving birth to Chinese Kung Fu. Kalaripayattu in its current form is 1, 500 years old.

    The movie will be directed by Bharath Bala. The movie 19th Step is produced as a co-venture by Bharath Bala Productions and Walt Disney.

    The film will be released in three languages: English, Japanese and Tamil. The shooting of the film will begin in the last week of June 2009 after Kamal Haasan wraps up Marmayogi and once Asin masters the art. The movie will be shot in Kerala.

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