Action superstar Vidyut Jammwal is an epitome of every struggling actor who dreams big, those dreams come true if you committed to your craft and path. With back to back massive hits and unprecedented popularity, Commando actor features on the latest cover page of GQ India, which talks about Change.
The official handle of GQ India dropped the cover with caption, “#CoverAlert: Repping a new breed of talent emerging from the grassroots, @mevidyutjammwal’s rise has dovetailed with the ascent of streaming platforms, an explosion of social media, and a challenge to existing power structures. #SeptemberIssue #ChangeisGood”
A creative and fit anomaly in the mundane and clichéd world of Nepotism – an outsider who not only made it big but continues to grow with every hit or flop!
Vidyut Jammwal took to his social media profile and dropped the cover page, he captioned it, “Change is inevitable..’ARE YOU READY’ is the question?”
Vidyut Jammwal is not only a great actor but a martial artist, and stunt performer, having learned the Indian martial art of Kalaripayattu since the age of three.
Jammwal made his Bollywood debut with the John Abraham starrer 2011 film Force, a remake of the Tamil-language film Kaakha Kaakha. He played a negative role in the film and won multiple best debut awards including the Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut.
Vidyut is currently basking the glory of Khuda Haafiz, an action drama written and directed by Faruk Kabir and produced by Kumar Mangat Pathak and Abhishek Pathak under Panorama Studios. The film premiered on Disney+ Hotstar on 14 August 2020.