Kate Winslet: How did manage to hold her breath underwater for 7 minutes?

Actress Kate Winslet worked with director James Cameron in the film Titanic in 1997, which turned out to be the highest grossing film of that time.

Kate Winslet shot to worldwide fame with Titanic and now these two avatars have teamed up again for The Way of Water.

The second part of the 2009 film Avatar is releasing on December 16 and Kate Winslet made a surprising revelation regarding it.

He revealed that during a training session for the film, he had accomplished the amazing feat of holding his breath underwater for 7 minutes and 15 seconds.

Much of the plot of this new film is based on the sea and that is why the cast learned to free dive for the role while also taking breath-holding training.

A video of Kate Winslet holding her breath underwater for 7 minutes and 15 seconds was shown during a recent TV interview.

The video showed that after the breath-holding exercise, the actress asked, ‘Am I epileptic?’

When Kate Winslet learned how long she held her breath, she was excited.

During the TV show, when the actress was asked how she did it, she said, “First of all, it’s not something you can do while you’re taking a shower, it’s not something you should do on your own.”

He added, ‘I trained for this for 3 weeks and during that period I learned every day how oxygen distribution in the body is a very detailed and unusual process, I mastered it. Got it’.

When asked how she felt about breaking Tom Cruise’s record of holding his breath for six minutes underwater in a 2015 film, Kate Winslet said, ‘As a woman, I feel really good about learning something new.’

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