CRAKK: Vidyut Jammwal takes his prep up to next level; indulges in thrilling rollerblade training for the film. Watch video

Vidyut Jammwal
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Out of all the people that are obsessed with a sport, Vidyut Jammwal is probably the best. He’s mastered every single one he’s taken up. He’s totally fascinated by martial arts, adventure, and anything to do with adrenaline. Plus, he always makes sure to stay fit and maintain his body.

After the actor floored his fans with his recent Mullet look for his upcoming film Crakk, he is back with another video that’s taking the internet by storm! In a recent video shared by him, he is seen indulging in rollerblade training for the film which consists of a backdrop with some extreme sports. Racing against the wind, the actor is seen rollerblading along a curvy pathway. He does the sport with such ease which certainly points to his unwavering focus and strong core.

The actor shared the video on Instagram by captioning it – “Roller Blading is more about Spirit not Strength. Get on it!!”

Vidyut believes in solving life’s challenges and making the most of every opportunity. Whether through his films or social media, you can always see that he loves helping people find their balance.

We’re gearing up for a movie called Crakk. It’s about an elite athlete who comes from the slums of Mumbai and has to take on a dangerous game called “Crakk”. The film is set to release in 2023 and will be the second collaboration between this actor and director after Commando 3.

Reliance Entertainment, who produced the film ‘Crakk’, is known for producing movies with Action Hero Films, PZ Pictures, and Jammwal Productions. Additionally, Adi Sharmaa and Aditya Chowkwai work as co-producers on this movie.

Hi, this is your Filmee Boy! About me? Well, I am a "Bakchod" who performs way better than "Thugs of Hindustan" by firing "Andhadhun" words. I am the "Padman" who has always stood at "102 Not Out". Last time when you were being a "Fanney Khan" at one of your "Veere Di Wedding", I was ruling the "Baazaar" of Bollywood by singing "Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga".