Actor Vidyut Jammwal is on a high with the success of Tamil flick ‘Thuppakki’. During 2012, he had two Tamil films with two top stars, Ajith and Vijay. He entered into Tamil film industry with the remake of Suriya’s ‘Kaakha Kaakha’ for which he bagged the Filmfare Award for Best Debut.
“I really enjoyed working on the A R Murugadoss-Vijay project. I love the way Vijay dances, he’s very good. He’s very sharp – he can watch an action sequence once and do it the way he’s supposed without a rehearsal,” he says.
“Murugadoss has a fantastic sense of humour. Though he was speaking in Tamil and I didn’t get most of what he said, he made me laugh a lot. Vijay would translate what he said for me. What I have learned from Vijay is that it pays to quiet at times and from Ajith that you need to be chivalrous to women” said Vidyut.
Vidyut had met some of the directors from Tamil Industry recently. He was asked why he was not doing any lead roles. “I told them they need to offer me such films,” he laughs. “I am looking at everything that’s coming my way. I’ll do whatever I feel is right at that moment,” says the actor.