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Vidyut Jammwal’s bold birthday surprise: The action star takes the internet by storm as he dons his Yogi Avatar



As the action hero Vidyut Jammwal celebrates his birthday today, he takes a moment to share his unique yearly ritual that has become an integral part of his life over the past 14 years.

Known for his action packed performances, Vidyut takes a break from his luxurious life to embark on an annual retreat in the mountains to seek self-discovery, live a simpler life and to be Reborn!

Vidyut shared images on his social media giving us a glimpse into his life in the mountains with a heartfelt note stating,” My retreat to the Himalayan ranges – “the abode of the divine” started 14 years ago. Before I realised, it became an integral part of my life to spend 7-10 days alone- every year.

Coming into the wilderness from a life of luxury and adulation, I enjoy finding my solitude and realising the importance of knowing “Who I am Not“ which is the first step of knowing “WHO AM I “as well as fending for myself in the quiet luxuries provided by nature.

I am most comfortable outside my comfort zone and
I tune into the natural frequency of nature, and I imagine myself as the satellite dish antenna- receiving & emitting vibrations of happiness and love.

I vibrate at the frequency of COMPASSION.
I vibrate at the frequency of DETERMINATION.
I vibrate at the frequency of ACHIEVEMENT.
I vibrate at the frequency of ACTION.

It is here that I create the energy I want to surround myself with and come back home, ready to experience a new chapter in my life – Reborn.

Also would love to share that this solitude is inconceivable to the mind, but experiential only when in awareness ..

I’m now ready and excited for my next chapter – CRAKK releasing in theatres on Feb 23rd, 2024 🥳

Pic courtesy – A local shepherd Mohar Singh”

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