Model-turned-actor and martial arts expert, Vidyut Jamwal will play the villain in ‘Force’
Model turned actor, Vidyut Jamwal was cast to play the villain in ‘Force’ and in bagging the role, he managed to beat about 500 actors who auditioned for the role. As per the script of the film, the villain’s character was a crucial one and required to be as physically strong as the hero. So it was a difficult task for the makers to search for a villain to match up with John Abraham, who plays the lead in the film.
Vidyut is a trained martial arts fighter and has excelled in a fight form called Kalari and has also trained gymnast. He will be seen doing some spectacular stunts in the film along with John Abraham. John who has himself performed astonishing stunts in the film, including lifting a bike, will have a cool competitor in Vidyut.
Vidyut has gone through strenuous training to build a body that could be comparable to John’s. Much to everyone’s surprise, his training has paid off big time as his body has been crafted well and he does seem more muscular than John. Although the debutant has chosen to play the bad boy in his very first film, let’s see if this image sticks or if he gets a chance to explore different shades in the future.
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