Vidyut Jammwal vows to take care of elephants for life on ‘World Environment Day’.
Team ‘Junglee’ treats the audiences with an exclusive image from the sets of the film. Vidyut Jammwal recently finishes his filming for the upcoming film ‘Junglee’. Where he plays an elephant loving vet who is set out to uncover a deadly poaching racket. Director Chuck Russell directing the film. Vidyut got the chance to closely encounter the magnificence of elephants.
He also learned to be an elephant whisperer to get into his character. The actor feels fortunate to get the chance to experience the marvel of these creatures in the course of the shoot and a candid image was release from the sets, on the occasion of ‘World Environment Day’.
“I’ve always been an animal lover but after shooting for #Junglee, I am blown over by the mighty elephants!
On #WorldEnvironmentDay, I promise to take care of these stunning creatures for life!”
‘Junglee’ is a family adventure film that revolves around the unique friendship between a man and an elephant, adds Vidyut. Hollywood filmmaker Chuck Russell is directing the film and Junglee Pictures producing it, the film is set to release on October 19, 2018.
About Vidyut Jammwal
Besides his elaborate expertise in the martial arts, he has committed himself to stunt and action training in the world of cinema. For instance, his first Bollywood outing Force, a remake of the Tamil film Kaaka Kaaka, alongside John Abraham gave audiences a sneak peek into the kind of action they can expect from Vidyut. Additionally, It earned him a clean sweep at the awards that year with him winning all the awards for Most Promising Debut for 2012.
Furthermore, Jammwal was born in Jammu. He was one of three children born in an Indian Army officer’s home, lived across various parts of India (owing to his father’s transferable job), and trained in Kalaripayattu from an ashram in Palakkad, Kerala since he was three years old, which was run by his mother. In fact, he has traveled the world training with martial artists in various forms, all of which find their base in Kalaripayattu.