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Vidyut Jammwal's "Career Best" Action Stunts In 'Crakk'; Did You Know The Action Star Started His Martial Arts Training At Age 3?

The actor revealed in an interview that his vision with 'Crakk' was to create India's biggest sports action thriller.

"'Crakk is the best action I have done in my life." - Vidyut Jammwal.

Whenever there is a Vidyut Jammwal film, we brace ourselves to witness an unparalleled action spectacle on the big screen. Renowned as Bollywood's new-age action hero, Jammwal's prowess in the realm of action is unmatched in the truest sense of the term, and the fluidity and precision with which he does his stunts captivate us on a different level. And he puts his everything into his performances, which makes him an unstoppable force to be reckoned with.

Now, Vidyut Jammwal's sports action thriller 'Crakk', directed by Aditya Datt, is all set to hit theatres on February 23rd, and expectations are at their peak.

"The adrenaline-fuelled visual spectacle that we've created aims to captivate audiences, leaving them eagerly anticipating more... With 'Crakk', my vision was to deliver the biggest sports action thriller in Indian cinema. I am grateful to an exceptional team that transformed this dream into reality," shared Jammwal in an interview.

According to reports, 'Crakk- Jeetegaa Toh Jiyegaa' features Jammwal's career-best action stunts. As we gear up to watch it on the big screen, let's learn an interesting fact about the action star that not many know.

Vidyut Jammwal Started His Martial Arts Training At Age 3

Vidyut Jammwal is a phenomenal martial artist, and it wouldn't be wrong to say that martial arts is a major part of his identity. However, what many are unaware of is that the actor started his martial arts training at the tender age of three.

As a kid, he trained in Kalaripayattu (the Indian version of martial arts, originated in Kerala) in an ashram in Palakkad, Kerala, which was run by his mother. He trained quite hard and with discipline, and went on to become one of the world's most popular martial artists.

In one of his interviews, Jammwal shared, "I am an actor trained in martial arts. I will never resort to any kind of special effects or computer graphics. What I do for real is what you see on screen."

"I work throughout, whether I am sleeping or I am awake. I am in awareness that how I can hone my skills. What people see, sometimes they compare me to Jackie Chan, Tony Jaa, and other legendary people, and it's amazing that they compare me to the best. It is like Vidyut you are as good as Michael Jackson when you move."

Vidyut Jammwal - Some Other Interesting Facts

Besides being a busy film star, Jammwal is an avid traveler as well. He has traveled to as many as 25 countries so far.

He has appeared in several music videos as well, including "Tumhe Dillagi" by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and "Gal Ban Gayi" by Neha Kakkar, Yo Yo Honey Singh, Meet Bros, and Sukhbir.

Back in 2014, he was declared by PETA as the Hottest Vegetarian in the world.

He was the first choice for one of the major roles in 'Prem Ratan Dhan Payo'. He turned the role down, and it was eventually played by Neil Nitin Mukesh.

He teaches female college students and working professionals self-defense techniques. In his words, "believe women need to be aware of what they are. They are superb, they are superior but they just need to be told that if somebody abuses them or treats them badly, then what all they can do... That's why I am visiting various colleges and want to tell them 'you are strong people, stand up for yourself and you can, please do it'."