Vidyut Jamwal: Awarded actor raises action bar for his starrers!
Vidyut Jamwal - who ranks among the genre of 'action heroes' of cinebiz - has emerged as a good bet among his directors.
The actor's performance in COMMANDO was immensely appreciated by audiences and it also caught the discerning eye of moviemakers. By way of honours, the star had also bagged the Zee Cine Award ('Umeed Ka Naya Chehra') for COMMANDO.
Moviegoers saw Vidyut doing never-seen-before action sequences that were also choreographed by him. The actor will now be seen in more action films, raising that (action) bar and breaking the benchmark set by himself.
Vidyut, who recently earned the spotlight with BULLETT RAJA, is training extensively to choreograph new action stunts and execute them along with his team.
Vidyut says, "Being deemed as the future of the industry by an industry body is such an incredible reward for my efforts so early in my career. I hope to continue making my producers and directors feel proud of their faith me. I also hope to entertain audiences more and more, raising the bar with my action and my performance."
On the anvil for Vidyut-followers is COMMANDO 2.
Guess, he's simply kicking up appreciation. Hah, quite.
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