Vidyut grabbed eyeballs with his debut film 'Force' and then appeared in 'Commando', his first film in a leading role, where he made an impact with action sequences. Now, he will be seen as a police officer in Dhulia's action-packed masala entertainer 'Bullett Raja'.
"After seeing the action scenes in 'Force' and 'Commando', he (Tigmanshu Dhulia) was impressed with my work. He wanted me to do this special appearance in the film. I wanted to work with him. I agreed to do this film for the director and my love for action sequences," Vidyut told PTI.
"The length of the role doesn't matter to me. I did not think about all this," he said. Vidyut choreographed all the stunts in his previous two films, but did not get credit for it. But in 'Bullett Raja', he and his group will be mentioned in the credits.
"Tigmanshu told me to choreograph my action scenes and said I will be given credit for it," he said. Vidyut started learning Indian martial art form Kalaripayattu when he was three years old and he continues to train regularly.