Bollywood actor Vidyut Jammwal (Sanak) alongside Arjun Rampal (Attacker) and Jacqueline Fernandez (Attack) in Krakk – Jitegaa Toh Jiegaa!
The film is about the journey of a man from the slums of Mumbai to the underground world of extreme sports, Jamwal collaborates with the director of Commando 3 Aditya Dutt. Filming on The Crack has started in Poland and is expected to begin in 2023.
Crakk is presented by Reliance Entertainment and produced by Action Hero Films and PZ Pictures with Jamwal and Parag Sangvi as producers. It is co-produced by Adi Sharma and Aditya Chowksi.
Dutt said: "After the success of Table # 21 in 2012 I was told it was ahead of its time because it was a thriller that revolved around live action games. I think they were talking about today, when the times. have really changed. " Crack is four years old. This is a script I'm working on to improve the game and challenge myself by telling a story that has sports, games, action, drama and emotions. "
Jamwal said: “Looking at the current script and the changing audience, I realized that everyone places limits on everything they do, and that extends to work and the environment. This changing scenario has confirmed that there are no limits, only plateaus, and we shouldn't stay there. We have to go further. Hence, an extreme sports movie from India.
Rampal said: “They see a phenomenal athlete with a great knowledge of human anatomy and every day I learn something new from him about my body, the human body, about how we can take it to a new level. His commitment to perfect sequencing is truly admirable. "
“I was very impressed with Krekal's script and immediately decided to take part in such an inspiring underdog story,” said Fernandez.
Aditya Chowksy, Head of Distribution at Reliance Entertainment, said: "We are confident that viewers across India are expecting an exciting ride with action icon Vidyut."
Sangvi added: "It's nice to embark on this journey to tell a story that needs to be told."
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