Mumbai, April 29 -- When a producer says he is glad to have hired a certain actor, he is either happy with his/her performance or the money that the film has made. However, as far as Vidyut Jamwal's next, Bullet Raja, is concerned, the producers are happy for a different reason altogether.
The brawny boy, who replaced Irrfan in the Tigmanshu Dhulia directorial, left everyone on the sets awestruck when he risked his own life to save a stuntman called Mansoor from falling off a cliff. "We were at Etawah (a city in Uttar Pradesh), where Vidyut was shooting for his introductory scene. The stuntman, Mansoor, was on a harness, hanging from a cliff. Suddenly, the harness snapped. Everyone around stood frozen, but Vidyut moved quickly to the edge and grabbed Mansoor's hand," says the source.
The shoot was halted for a couple of hours after the incident that left the entire unit stunned.