An early morning walk on Juhu beach will ensure that you bump into Vidyut Jammwal who is currently busy training there in martial arts and Kalaripayattu. The actor who appeared in the John Abraham-starrer Force is apparently working out hard for nine hours every day, for his upcoming film.
A friend of the actor says, “Vidyut has signed a big film as a lead actor but is keeping his cards close to his chest. He is known for his martial arts and his extensive training. The actor has been spotted every morning at a quiet area of Juhu beach with a bunch of his training buddies working out extensively and prepping for his stunt sequences.”
The source adds, “Vidyut is very driven. He works out not just every morning but also in the evenings at his training studio in Andheri. He trains from 6 am to 11 am and then from 5 pm to 9 pm. It is unheard of for someone to invest so much time into training but it’s true. This is what drives him and is something he is extremely passionate about.”
For his Bollywood debut film Force, we’d even heard that Vidyut did all his stunts himself. He even did a live demonstration for a promotional event of the film proving his flair and commitment to stunts. Phew!
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