Mumbai: Salman Khan`s eagerly awaited film `Dabangg` promises to be high on action, including the "first ever" oil fight sequence in Bollywood.
"It is for the first time that an oil fight sequence has been included in a Hindi movie. Shooting it was fun but painful," said Romeo, who plays an antagonist in the movie.
"Salman and I star in the fight. We have done the stunts on our own," he told reporters.
It took a week to shoot the sequence, said the actor, recalling how everyone kept falling and slipping on the oily floor.
The 29-year-old actor, who was earlier seen in `Kisaan`, plays a dacoit in the movie. "I play a character who is a terror and wanted in Bihar. They are two of us, Sonu Sood and myself. We are the same line of bad boys," he said.
Another action scene involves Parkour, a freestyle routine which involves jumping from building to building.
"It was insane stuff. Initially it was scary for me. But done once, I wanted to do it again and again," he said.
Besides acting in `Dabangg`, he has also remixed `Tere mast mast nain...` and it has been included in the movie`s music CD, he said.
`Dabangg` (Fearless), directed by debutante Abhinav Kashyap, brother of noted filmmaker Anurag Kashyap, would hit the screens on September 10.