Aaron Kwok plays bad cop for the first time in 29 years

The actor also revealed that he suffered severe injuries during some of the fight scenes

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Hong Kong actor Aaron Kwok recently held a press conference yesterday, to celebrate the premiere of his new crime film, Peace Breaker.

His close family and friends such as fellow actors such as Julian Cheung, Noel Leung, Lawrence Cheng along with Aaron’s dance instructor Sunny Wong, and of course, his wife Moka Fang, were all present to show their support for the actor.

Moka, who welcomed a baby girl just two months ago, appeared to have already shed her pregnancy weight as her slim figure stood out in her choice of outfit -- a black blouse.

Aaron then hyped the crowd up by informing them that the movie had a diverse and outstanding team, which consisted of a British photographer, a Korean director along with crew members from Malaysia and Taiwan.

This would also be Aaron's first time playing a bad cop and he revealed that he got severely injured during one of the car crash scenes.

“The Korean director had high expectations and wanted it to be very realistic. During my scenes with Qianyun, who played my arch-villain, I would not only suffer scratches on the surface but would encounter real wounds and I would hurt all over after,” the actor said.

The 51-year-old also did not forget to congratulate his ex-girlfriend of seven years, fellow actress Lynn Hung, after news of her pregnancy was announced.

He said that he had no time to keep up with entertainment news these days due to his busy filming schedule, but nonetheless, wished her “all the best and hoped that she would succeed in her future endeavours.”

Aaron and Lynn dated from 2006 to 2013 before calling it quits. He later went on to date Moka in 2015, whom he wed this April.

Photo: PBE Media

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