Kalaripayattu inspired Hollywood action stars: Vidyut Jammwal

MUMBAI: Touted as one of the world’s greatest action stars, Vidyut Jammwal has received positive response from audiences, critics and industry alike for streaming his latest hostess drama Sunak – Hope Under Siege on Disney+ Hotstar Multiplex are getting.

Considered to be India’s biggest action film in the OTT space, ‘Sanak’ features some cool and never-before-seen action sequences performed by the actor. While the trailer shows amazing action as per international standards, Vidyut was asked whether he was inspired by any Hollywood film or any action star from the West while working on the film.

Talking about this Vidyut says, “People keep comparing our action with Hollywood, but this is not true. The fact is that all the legendary actors in Hollywood and around the world are basically from our Indian martial art Kalaripayattu. are inspired, which is about 3000 years old. So in this way, we are not copying them, they are copying us. We are doing it to show them again and again how to do it through cinema needed.”

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“Comparing our action style with Hollywood, I often hear people say that Jackie Chan or any other actor has done this before. I think it is also a big thing to reach the level and ability of Jackie Chan sir. I grew up watching his movies on TV, VHS cassettes with stop, pause and rewind,” says Vidyut.

Presenting a first-of-its-kind hostess drama in Hindi cinema, Vipul Amrutlal Shah, Disney+ Hotstar Multiplex and Zee Studios’ Sunak – Hope Under Siege hopes to change the game in the action-entertainment space as this intriguing story unfolds during Siege. Grows up in a hospital under.

Starring Vidyut Jammwal, Chandan Roy Sanyal, Neha Dhupia and Rukmini Maitra, Sunak – Hope Under Siege is presented by Zee Studios in association with Sunshine Pictures Pvt Ltd and is now available for streaming on Disney+ Hotstar Multiplex . It is a Vipul Amrutlal Shah production film, directed by Kanishk Verma.