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Vidyut wants to be real on reel

bollywood Updated: Feb 11, 2012 00:55 IST
Neha Sharma
Neha Sharma
Hindustan Times
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Actor Vidyut Jamwal, 31, who rose to fame as the negative character in Force (2011) is elated with the Best Debut award that he got at a recent award function. “I knew I had done a good job and that all had appreciated my acting and that was that; but as time went by I got more ambitious and started expecting the award,” he says. The actor says that his favourite debut ever is that of Hrithik Roshan.

“I believe that in Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai (2000), which was Hrithik’s first film, he showed the perfect combination of good looks, acting and dance skills. He just had to win the best debut awards.” he says.

Jamwal, who has been flooded with offers since Force, says that he is only looking at playing believable characters now, hence he is yet to sign another Bollywood film. “I am only expecting to make every character that I play believable and my wish is to experience every kind of role. Future as they say takes care of itself and I have surrendered to the film industry wholeheartedly.”

Jamwal adds, “I want to do good action films where I can utilise my training in martial arts. I am looking forward to doing a Dharma Productions’ film.”