Vidyut Jammwal: 'Commando 2' will surprise audience with its action

After winning hearts in actioner 'Commando', now actor Vidyut Jammwal is back with his new upcoming Bollywood flick 'Commando 2.

In the upcoming movie, Vidyut has played the role of an international spy working to eradicate black money.
When asked about his experience about the film, the 'Force' star told ANI, "It was my responsibility towards the audience and fans, who loved the first part of movie, 'Commando' to perform better and bring something new that they have never seen. The action in 'Commando 2' is much better and people will love the film."

Stating that 'Commando 2' will surely entertain the audience, the model-turned-actor said, "You will witness the kind of action that nobody has ever seen before. I share amazing chemistry with both of my co-actors and this type of cinema has never been made in our country."

When asked about their meeting with real commandos, the 37-year-old said, "It's a great feeling when you meet real commandos and they praise your work and appreciate your character, saying when they meet their families, they give the example of my character that I played in the Commando 1"

The movie also stars Adah Sharma - playing character of an encounter specialist, Freddy Daruwala, Esha Gupta and Shefali Shah in pivotal roles.

'Commando 2' is scheduled to hit the screens on March 3.

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