Mumbai: Actor Vidyut Jamwal, who will be seen in Tigmanshu Dhulia`s `Bullett Raja`, agreed to do a friendly appearance in the film for the director and for the hard core action scenes.
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 said.
"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.