Wednesday, September 12, 2012 11:39 IST
Vidyut Jammwal recently underwent intensive training at a US-based army training facility to prep for his next role
Known for his passion and dedication to action and martial arts, Vidyut Jammwal has taken his commitment to a whole new level.
He recently spent three weeks at a special physical training centre in Georgia that provides a secluded outdoor training
environment. And all this for his upcoming film Commando produced by Vipul Shah.
Our source says, `It is an undisclosed army training facility that trains all the commandos of the Russian and the Georgian armies. This
happens to be the same facility that trained 200 US army troops in 2002 to improve their counter-terrorism capabilities. In fact Vidyut is
also said to be training under army trainers.
A friend of the actor says, `Vidyut's always takes the idea of fitness, strength and agility very seriously, no matter what it is for film or
otherwise. He has trained in martial art ever since he was three-years-old in Kerala. Vidyut's extensive training background prepares him
to face an extreme situation in any environment.`
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