Vidyut Jammwal this Army officer of Baadshaho is a trained martial artist, having learnt oldest Indian martial art of Kerala, ‘Kalaripayattu’ in real life.

Vidyut Jammwal who has been fan of Ajay Devgn has not only got to chance to work with him but is also having role opposite him in Baadshaho which was really a big thing for him and sharing about his role and fan moment Vidyut Jammwal said that, “When I was in acting school I used to prepare and perform on Gangajal dialogues of Ajay Sir, at that time I had never thought that I will be working with him too.”

“While shooting for Baadshaho it was my first scene with Ajay Sir, and when I was in front of him I become silent but in my heart I was dancing and wanted to shout at peak of my volume. But, in very next moment I controlled myself and delivered my dialogues. And yes I would like to confess we actors do have fan moments. “

 

 

This new age action hero of Bollywood have also worked in Tamil Cinema (Kollywood) and Telugu Cinema (Tollywood) and while talking about his Bollywood experience Vidyut says, “Bollywood has given me a lot in Kollywood and Tollywood I used to get 3-5 minute roles like standing behind somebody not performance oriented or something but here in Bollywood I’m working with stars like Ajay Devgn and its equally important and performance-based role.

Force, Cammando, Cammando 2, Bullet Raja are some of the action movies Vidyut Jammwal have worked and talking about his selection of movies, whether he will be doing comedy or romantic movies in future, he said, “I would love to do Action comedy, romantic movie with action, Dramatic or realistic movie but this all should have action in it. I love to do action and enjoy it I can’t imagine myself not doing action. Recently I have shared my video doing action stunt of balancing full body weight on bottles and I’m the fourth person in world who is able to do it.”

 

 

Hollywood writer-filmmaker Chuck Russell has joined hands with Junglee Pictures to direct Vidyut Jammwal for a unique action-adventure titled ‘Junglee’.

Impressed by how Vidyut can perform complex stunts with such ease, Director Chuck Russell said, “In this clip, Vidyut’s casual style during a very difficult stunt puts a smile on our faces. I’m looking forward to combining his unique charm and martial arts skills with the positive message of Junglee.”

The action-adventure film revolves around a man and an elephant and is set to go on floors in October and is targeting a release in summer 2018.

This action hero is having golden heart too. He met more than 150 kids who attempted suicide to get them out from mental pressure and give them ray of hope. He also keeps meeting rape victims and with his mother’s NGO he is active at his best.

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