Monday, September 21, 2020

    Vidyut Jammwal Gives Nepotism Debate A Whole New Twist

    Vidyut Jammwal opened up about his thoughts on nepotism while discussing his comradeship with Yaara co-stars Amith Sadh, Kenny Basumatry, and Vijay Varma. Read below to know further details.


    Ajay Nirmal
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    Actor Vidyut Jammwal has come far in his journey in the B-Town after making his debut in the 2011 movie Force alongside John Abraham. Although Jammwal played a grey shade role in the movie, he won multiple best debut awards including the Filmfare Award for the best male debut.

    Amid the on-going nepotism debate, Vidyut Jammwal said that he does not agree with the notion that one cannot make friends in Bollywood. The 39-year old actor said that he is not a star kid and has survived in the industry because of his friendship.

    In an interaction with IANS, Jammwal said, “I’ve heard this in the industry since I came in that you can’t make good friends in the industry. I don’t believe it. I am not a star son. I have only survived over here because of friendship. Like a friend said, ‘I believe in you, but I don’t have a budget’. So, people have really stood by me as I have stood by them.”

    Vidyut Jammwal is known for his roles in action-drama films especially the Commando series. The actor enjoys a massive fan following and his films are hailed by them.

    On the work front, Vidyut will b next seen in a movie titled Yaara. The center of the film is friendship and it features Amit Sadh, Kenny Basumatry, and Vijay Varma.

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    During the interview, the Junglee actor also opened up about his friendship with his co-stars. He said, “I can say that these guys are my very good friends. When you see the film you can see there’s nothing fake.”

    The actor then recalled a moment with the Gully Boy fame Vijay Varma during the shoot of Yaara in Dehradun. Jammwal said, “I remember when we were sitting I told him, ‘tu bahut badha star banega, ladke (you’ll become a very big star, boy)’, and he started laughing. After ‘Yaara’, he shot for ‘Gully Boy’. And the day I was proud for him, I had not been proud like this for anybody in a long time. This is the kind of friendship I have with Vijay, Amit Sadh, and Kenny Basumatry.”

    Helmed by Tigmanshu Dhulia, Yaara is a Bollywood remake of the French film Gang Story. The film will release on the occasion of Friendship Day, July 30, on Zee5.

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