Vidyut Jammwal is an Indian film actor, martial artist, and stunt performer, who mainly works in the Hindi film industry. Vidyut Jammwal made his Bollywood debut with the John Abraham starrer Force (2011), a remake of the Tamil-language film Kaakha Kaakha. He played a negative role in the film and won multiple best debut awards including the Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut. Post beginning his career with a negative character in Force, Jammwal bagged multiple negative roles in various action films later. This was followed by commercial successes in NTR Starrer Shakti and Oosaravelli. In 2012, Jammwal made his debut in Tamil cinema with Billa II, as the antagonist opposite Ajith Kumar which earned him critical appreciation. The same year, he played the antagonist in Thuppakki opposite actor Vijay, which became a blockbuster. He also received a SIIMA Award for Best Actor in a Negative Role for the film. Later He made many films like Commando (2013), Anjaan (2014), Baadshaho and Commando 2 (2017), Junglee and Commando 3 (2019).
Last Update : 22/07/2021
|Sanak – Hope Under Siege||2021||—–||Announced|
|Khuda Haafiz – Chapter II||2021||—–||Under Production|
|Aankhen 2||2021||—–||Under Production|
|Khuda Haafiz||14 August, 2020||Sameer Choudhary||Digital Released [Disney+ Hotstar]|
|Yaara||30 July, 2020||Phagun||Digital Released [ZEE5]|
|Commando 3||29 November, 2019||Captain Karanvir Singh Dogra||Flop|
|Junglee||29 March, 2019||Raj||Flop|
|Mahesh Manjrekar’s Next||2019||—–||Shelved|
|Baadshaho||01 September, 2017||Major Seher Singh||Average|
|Commando 2||03 March, 2017||Captain Karan Singh Dogra||Flop|
|Awara Paagal Deewana 2||2017||—–||Shelved|
|Anjaan [Tamil]||14 August 2014||Chandu||Released|
|Bullett Raja||29 November, 2013||ACP Arun Singh “Munna”||Flop|
|Commando – A One Man Army||12 April, 2013||Captain Karan Singh Dogra||Flop|
|Thuppakki [Tamil]||13 November, 2012||Leader of Sleeper Cells||Released|
|Billa II [Tamil]||13 July, 2012||Dimitri||Released|
|Stanley Ka Dabba||13 May, 2011||Rosy Miss’s Fiancee||Flop|
|Oosaravelli [Telugu]||6 October, 2011||Irfan Bhai||Released|
|Force||30 September, 2011||Vishnu||Average|
|Sakthi [Telugu]||1 April, 2011||Wasim||Released|
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