Vidyut Jamwal Shares Insights About Sidharth Shukla As An Individual; Says, ‘To Be The Man, You Gotta Beat The Man’

Vidyut Jamwal shares insights of late Sidharth Shukla as an individual and their tight bond in a recent video on the gram. Deets inside!



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Sidharth Shukla’s untimely death was indeed a loss of a very talented and humble individual. Vidyut Jamwal and Sidharth Shukla shared a tight bond off camera and here are some more details about the late actor as an individual who was loved by an entire nation. The Vidyut-late Sidharth had their Gym mantra which said, ‘To Be The Man You Gotta Beat The Man’ and would often gym regularly and said the mantra everyday. The action sequences done by Jamwal in his Force, Commando were inspired by WWE and WWF which they’d watch regularly as both were action fanatics.

Vidyut also spoke about the first encounter he had with Shukla and how impressed he was with his personality as a whole and remembered what he wore at his house for the first time back in the days when they met which is a white shirt and beige trousers. Vidyut also shared how the late actor came to his support to watch one of his films with his mother and supported him along with his work which they both were truly dedicated to.

Sidharth would also lend his bike to Vidyut who’d want to go out for different meetings and many other things but he never made it a big deal. Vidyut would also visit Shukla’s residence to have ‘Ghar Ka Khana’ which his mother cooked very dearly and enjoyed it. Vidyut tagged Sidharth as ‘The Mard’ because of his nature and how he’d never speak about women anything wrong and keep to himself.

With Such deep insights of late Sidharth as an individual our love and respect has grown immensely as he was a humble individual who treated everyone with love.

You can watch the video here:

Vidyut Jamwal is currently shooting for the Sequel of Khuda Hafiz and recently got engaged to designer Nandita Mahtani. However, the official word is awaited from the couple.

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