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Karan Tacker Spills the Beans of His Experience with Special Ops web series

The web series Special Ops has remained the most awaited web series as it comes from the popular Bollywood filmmaker and producer Neeraj Pandey. The filmmaker who has given many films like Baby, MS Dhoni: The Untold Story and Special 26 is known to have also done his debut in digital platform and the web series Special Ops is one of them. The series has been in discussion for roping in Cyril Raffaelli the Hollywood’s best action choreographer for the same.

Karan Tacker who plays a key role in the web series got the chance to work with Cyril and he has something interesting to share. The actor said it is an honor to work with Raffaelli who has worked with titles like “Transporter: The Series“, and for a franchise like Districts with films“District 13” and “District B13” along with “The Incredible Hulk“. This is not the first time when he roped Cyril Raffaelli came to India for any of his ventures, he has worked with Neeraj Pandey with films like Baby.

While talking about the same, Karan said that the action choreographer Cyril has a knack of understanding action scenes and thinks beyond the kicks and punches used in the same. He added saying that he brings with him an incredible amount of expertise he has which he has tried time and again in Hollywood. He further said that the action choreographer trained him things like the hand to hand combat that helped him face the camera with great ease and professionalism. Special Ops is an eight-episode sizzlingstar Special spy action thriller, which talks about the role of Indian intelligence in finding out the terrorists involved in the 2001 Parliament attack and 26/11.


Is a Senior Content writer and have been into the content domain from more than a decade. He has dealt with diverse areas in content writing, and writing has been his passion. He has been associated with CT since past five years being ardent Bollywood fans that enable him to produce quality articles.
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