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Vidyut Jammwal: What I can do, very few actors can pull off

The actor Vidyut Jammwal, who teaches martial arts to women, says sixth sense is key to self-defence.


Actor Vidyut Jammwal, who also teaches martial arts to women, says women are blessed with sixth sense which could be a key to their self-defence.

"Number one thing about self-defence is awareness. There is this instinct in women, which most of men don't have, the sixth sense. That is number one thing in self-defence," Jammwal said on the sidelines of Health and Nutrition magazine cover launch here on Thursday.

The Commando 2: The Black Money Trail actor added: "I teach a lot of women self-defence. I have personally met a lot of rape victims. They always ask me, what is the number one self-defence thing? I say it is awareness."

"If you go out somewhere and you have a feeling that something is not right. The man sitting beside you or right in front of you is not right; make sure you acknowledge it, as that is the sixth sense. If you have a feeling that I don't need to go in this lane, don't do it. That feeling is sixth sense or awareness, the number one self-defence," he said.

Talking about his film career, he said: "I enjoy being action hero of the country. There are almost all actors who are fit but what I can do, very few actors will be able to pull off. So I don't want to be compared with anybody but if the right opportunity comes my way then I am open to do a light-hearted film in the near future."