CRB Tech reviews came across this recent tweet from Commando star Vidyut Jammwal. We would like to share the same with you. Just have a look at it.
Bollywood actor Vidyut Jammwal of “Commando” fame expresses that it is more imperative to be stronger than to look good. The star, that possesses both, wrote a caption with his photograph which he tweeted on Monday.
In this black and white picture, he is seen flaunting his chiseled chest and clutching onto an ATV.
“I believe that being strong is more important than looking good” is his exact tweet. Speaks a lot about his character.
Vidyut takes after his own training techniques in the gymnasium to shape his body for the best exercise routine. Having an extremely solid and bodybuilder cut body, he began doing stunts and action in Bollywood not long after doing modeling.
He began as a model and walked a number of ramps yet now he is the ideal persona for the youthful generation who needs to carve a body like him. He has a solid built that alongside flexibility and incredible shape makes him a standout amongst the most wanted folks among ladies.
He showed up for the first time on the Bollywood silver screen as a villain from the film Force, where he battled against the Super Hunk of Bollywood, John Abraham. John Abraham is another dashing persona who is famous for his bulging muscles and love for bikes. Later he played a lead part in the super hit film “Commando” where he was seen opposite to Pooja Chopra in a combo of Combat-based fighting and a romantic tale.
Vidyut’s workout regimen incorporates training at an early hour in the morning from 6 am to 11 am and after that again from 5 pm to 9 pm.
He takes after an intense exercise routine where he puts 2 days in martial arts practice and 4 days of thorough weight training, spending right around 6-7 hours a day which incorporates warm, push-ups and squats on a daily basis with no break in between. Definitely, he follows what he preaches.
Vidyut confessed the fact in a recent interview, that he possesses his solid body to Kalaripayattu, an age old Indian martial arts form. He learned this art form at an exceptionally young age.
CRB Tech reviews feels that Vidyut seems to have a bright future in the film industry. Way to go lad….