Vidyut Jammwal, the bright young star of the Bollywood film industry, has been in today’s trends. Everyone knows about his all-around skills and how he is one of the best Martial Artists in India. Jammwal posted a photo of the google search engine where he wrote “Top martial artists in the world.” Without any surprises, and for the first time, his name was the first one on the list. He was followed by great stars from the film industry and other industries as well. The list included Jackie Chan, Jet Li, Bruce Lee, Johnny Tri Nguyen, Stevan Seagal, Donnie Yen, and Tony Jaa. Since the tender age of three, he has been learning martial arts, particularly the art form, Kalaripayattu. It must have been a dream come true for him. According to the biggest search engine, Google, Jammwal is at the top of the list of Martial Artists in the world.
Jammwal has been a part of great box office hits in the Bollywood industry, including Baadshaho and Bullet Raja. He has worked with greats of the industry, such as Ajay Devgan and Saif Ali Khan. It took him quite a while to make himself a household name in the industry. He made his debut with the film ‘Force’ and played the lead roles in the movie ‘Commando’ and its sequel ‘Commando 2’. In these films, his acting ability and brilliant flexibility came into the fray during the action scenes. Where actors use stuntmen or body doubles to assist them during the stages, he does all the scenes without any help and has been doing that for several years. So, it doesn’t surprise why he is on top of the list of Martial artists in the world. Vidyut Jammwal’s friends and fans congratulated him in the comments section of his post. Adah Sharma, who co-starred with the actor in the Commando film franchise, wrote: “Commando is always on top.”
It is a proud moment for Jammwal and his fans and for the people of India since topping an elite list that has the likes of Jackie Chan and Bruce Lee is not easy and takes efforts beyond imaginable at this moment. He has a different vision for a Bollywood actor and aims to increase the popularity of Martial Arts in the country through the popularity of Indian cinema. His vision is undoubtedly a far-fetched one, but he intends to fulfill and leave no stone unturned.