Commando 3: Vidyut Jammwal is all set for his next fight


Vidyut Jammwal who is making all the right noise with his upcoming movie Commando 3 looks all set on a fight mode with the latest poster released.

As per the new poster, we find that the actor is in a completely black outfit with knives in his hand and is all enraged as he takes down his enemies. His rage is uncontrollable and we bet that he is a commando and no one can stop him.

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He took to his social media in which his post read, "#Commando3 – To be unleashed in 2 days! #Commando3Trailer @adidatt @Shibasishsarkar #VipulAmrutlalShah  @RelianceEnt  #SunshinePictures  @MPC_UK  @adah_sharma @angira_dhar @gulshandevaiah @ZeeMusicCompany @PicturesPVR"

Joining him would be Adah Sharma as a police officer and the action-thriller all set to release on September 6, 2019, is majorly shot in London.


According to the filmmaker Vipul Sharma, the franchise has progressed beautifully from action entertainer to entering a socially relevant space. While Adah Sharma and Angira Dhar play cops, Gulshan Devaiah is the villain. 

COMMANDO 3 will raise the bar for action in India with as many as six high octane action scenes. People expect a certain kind of action from Vidyut, but you need to give them something new. Here, we have a bike chase scene on the streets of London, a gun-fight and stunts in a rustic akhada. There’s a lot of novelty in the way it has been designed and executed,” he signs off.


Vipul Amrutlal Shah’s, COMMANDO 3 is directed by Aditya Datt. The film stars Vidyut Jammwal along with Adah Sharma, Angira Dhar, and Gulshan Devaiah. COMMANDO 3 is presented by Reliance Entertainment & Motion Picture Capital in association with Sun Shine Pictures and Vipul Amrutlal Shah Production.

The movie is all set to release on 29 November 2019.





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