Bollywood motion hero Vidyut Jammwal and Thailand’s martial arts famous person Tony Jaa mentioned how Hanuman, Ganesha and martial arts are linked, over a video chat.
The two martial artists most not too long ago received in dialog for the primary episode of Vidyut Jammwal’s “X-Rayed By Vidyut”, which is a discussion board designated to demystifying legends as we all know them.
In the episode, Jaa and Vidyut had been seen bonding on their mutual love for the martial arts, elephants and motion films.
Jaa shared that Muay Thai is impressed by Hanuman and Ganesha. He mentioned that he want to play Hanuman in “Ramayana”.
He mentioned: “Thai people also believe and respect Lord Ganesha. Before the Thai people (go to) work they (pay) respect (to the elephant god). They have a big ceremony for Lord Ganesha. So then… Muay Thai is from Ganesha! Muay Thai is from Hanuman. You know the dancing from The Ramayana? Ramayana is part of Thai culture. So the culture is very similar.”
Vidyut Jammwal says it’s a nice feeling to know that folks realise that Indian tradition has loads of affiliation with their very own cultures.
Vidyut added: “Finding that out from the legendary action star, Tony Jaa was awesome! After speaking to him, I see why he is the best at what he does. I was thoroughly amused when he said that he would like to play the role of Hanuman in Ramayana. It would be amazing to watch him essay Hanuman with elements of Muay Thai.”