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Vidyut Jammwal to choreograph fights for Bullet Raja

Although Tigmanshu Dhulia's new project Bullet Raja has an official action director Parvez Khan (who's done heart-in-the-mouth stunts in Ra.One, Vishwaroop and Agent Vinod), it's the new action-star Vidyut Jamwal who will compose his own stunts for the film.

bollywood Updated: Apr 19, 2013 18:46 IST
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Although Tigmanshu Dhulia's new project Bullet Raja has an official action director Parvez Khan (who's done heart-in-the-mouth stunts in Ra.One, Vishwaroop and Agent Vinod), it's the new action-star Vidyut Jamwal who will compose his own stunts for the film.

Vidyut who steps into a doughty cop's role that was to be played by Irrfan Khan would be making a very special appearance in the film. And the action-star will make his appearance as special as possible.

Explains Tigmanshu, "Vidyut would have two action sequences in Bullet Raja and he'd be composing the stunts. We have the amazing Parvez Bhai composing all the stunts for the film's leading man Saif Ali Khan. But Vidyut knows his body and mind better than anyone else. He has been training in the martial arts since the age of 12. Who better to know how his character would deal with the combative crisis in the plot?"

Jamwal's first fight would show him taking on dacoits in the Chambal Valley. "Jamwal enters the story at mid-point right after intermission. His character of the cop takes on the Chambal dacoits. The second fight sequence would be staged in the city of Lucknow. They'd be antithetical in ambience mood and impact. I leave it to Vidyut to design and execute these fights in such a way that he makes optimum impact," says Dhulia who is currently shooting in Etawah city of Uttar Pradesh for Bullet Raja.

"I am having great fun shooting the film. I suspect the audience would enjoy themselves just as much," says Dhulia.