Vidyut Jamwal: Being a Vegetarian Helps in Martial Arts
Actor Vidyut Jamwal, who has been seen flaunting his well-sculpted body on the big screen, turned vegetarian more than a decade ago and enjoys the perks of healthy eating habits. He says he is "more agile and faster".
He says he is "more agile and faster". After I switched to being a vegetarian, everything in my life changed.
Every good thing is happening. "I really mean it because I saw transformations in my body, my mind.
I could feel the connectivity between my brain and my body. That's the only reason that was very selfish.
After that, I started evolving with my physical ability. I realized that I am more agile, faster," he added.
When it comes to martial arts, the 'Force' fame actor describes himself as a "selfish" person and added: "I am a selfish man with martial arts, so it's been helping me a lot.
My body started looking better. It was not beefy, it was well sculpted. I could lose and gain weight whenever I wanted."
Vidyut, a national-level gymnast and an expert in Kalaripayattu - a form of martial arts from Kerala, will be seen flexing his muscles and flaunting his martial art expertise in one of his movies that was 'Commando'.
Recalling the time when Vidyut was a non-vegetarian, he said: "After I turned vegetarian, I realized what I have been losing when I was a non-vegetarian.
It's been about 14 or 15 years that I have stopped eating non-vegetarian food. I was eating mutton, chicken ... every day of my life, every meal of my life."
Meanwhile, Vidyut is happy with the response to his performance in action-packed movies.