Vidyut Jammwal Pays A Tribute To The Traditional Indian Martial Arts


Actor Vidyut Jammwal is known for performing terrific stunts on-screen has been named one of the top six martial artists across the world.  His expertise in training comes from his decades of practice in Kalaripayattu.

The Khuda Haafiz actor is a trained martial artist and has learned kalaripayattu since the age of three. Taking to his Instagram handle he paid a tribute to the Traditional Indian Martial Arts. He also penned down a few words on Kalaripayattu.

Vidyut wrote, “Kalaripayattu says the eyes are useless when the mind is blind…My tribute to the Traditional Indian Martial Arts. Full video out on my YouTube Channel #ITrainLikeVidyutJammwal #MartialArts #CountryBoy #BlindFoldKalari #ThirdEyeTraining #NewIndiaFitIndia #FitIndiaMovement”

About the martial arts Kalaripayattu, it is also known simply as Kalari, is an Indian martial art that originated in modern-day Kerala, a state on the south-western coast of India. Kalaripayattu is held in high regard by martial artists due to its long-standing history within Indian martial arts.

On the work front, Vidyut has been applauded and remembered for his roles in Bollywood action films like the three-film ‘Commando’ franchise and ‘Junglee’, has taken his Indian martial arts expertise to a whole new level as he launched his own YouTube Channel.

The actor was recently seen in the digitally released film, Khuda Haafiz. He will next be seen in the film’s second chapter.

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