Vidyut Jammwal named among top six martial artists all over the globe

In recent times, Looper, a popular platform in the United States, rolled out a list of top martial artists crosswise the globe.

Vidyut Jammwal becomes the only Indian to get listed in this high-status list, amongst the top six.

While speaking to media people about this distinctive accomplishment, Vidyut Jammwal confessed it’s a matter of big pleasure.

“I’m humble enough to know that I’m not better than anybody, and wise enough to know that I’m different from the rest. Kalaripayattu is what gives me this belief,” he asserted.

Vidyut Jammwal took birth in the family that practices the primaeval Indian self-defences form, he commenced learning Kalaripayattu when he was just 3 years old and at present can imitate the masters by equilibrating his whole body on a lone spear.

“There are no cables involved, it’s all about activating the core. Kalaripayattu is not about building the body, it’s about harnessing your inner strength,” he explained, admitting it requires years of training, months of single-minded dedication and hours of daily practice to not just pull off these exercises but understand the philosophy, which makes Kalaripayattu unique. “It can kill, and it can heal too!” Vidyut repeated.

Now, Vidyut Jammwal has started preparations for Commando 3, the third chapter of the ideal Bollywood action series Commando. The movie will be helmed by Aditya Datt, who directed the Internet-series Karenjit Kaur: The Untold Story of Sunny Leone.

Whilst Vidyut Jammwal’s first two flicks failed to impress the viewers, filmmaker Vipul Amrutlal Shah has given a go-ahead on the third movie. The shoot of Commando 3 will get started in London by the coming week, as per reports. Jammwal will reprise his character of a talented actor who specialises in kicks, jumping off buildings and always escaping unhurt.

While talking about his preparation for the third part, Vidyut has previously stated, "When we did Commando 2, I had great responsibility on my shoulders to create the action sequences that were not similar to the first part… I choreographed everything from a different perspective. So whatever, we will do... has to raise the bar in action for sure."

by Vijay Singh | Mon, Jul 30 - 12:45 PM

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