Vidyut Jammwal's 'Junglee' Bags Two Awards At Jackie Chan Action Film Week

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Bollywood Actor, Vidyut Jammwal became the recipient of two awards at the prestigious Jackie Chan International Film Week in China.

Written By Digital Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

Bollywood Actor, Vidyut Jammwal became the recipient of two awards at the prestigious Jackie Chan International Film Week in China.

Vidyut Jammwal's family-action adventure movie 'Junglee', which was released earlier this year received worldwide recognition as it bagged awards at the Jackie Chan International Film Week for Best Action Sequence Choreographer and Special Jury Prize: for Best Action Family Film.

Serenading the action hero on its success, Film critic Taran Adarsh took to Twitter to put up an appreciation post, he wrote, "Top honours for Vidyut Jammwal and his movie #Junglee... Wins two major awards at the prestigious 5th Jackie Chan Action Film Week in #China: * Best action sequence choreographer * Special jury prize for best action family film.

READ: Junglee Trailer | Twitterati Calls Vidyut Jammwal's Tale Of Friendship And Adventure 'super Awesome', Laud 'Hollywood Level Action'

Vidyut Jammwal had made a debut in John Abraham-starrer action drama 'Force' as the antagonist, however, his last film 'Junglee' tells the tale of a friendship between a man and a herd of elephants. The film directed bu' The scorpion king' fame director Chuck Russell also starred Pooja Sawant, Asha Bhat, Akshay Oberoi, and Atul Kulkarni.

The 38-year-old actor will be next seen in 'Commando 3' where he will be essaying the role of an international spy who goes on a black money trail from India all the way to bangkok.

READ: 'Commando' Actor Vidyut Jammwal Had An Interesting Reaction After He Got Acquitted In An Assault Case After 12 Years

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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