Vivek's "Grand Masti" released Friday and the actor seems to be keen on another instalment of the film.
The actor had joined Van Damme, Hollywood-based Indian filmmaker Ashok Amritraj and Gulshan Grover for a session on "How can India make $100 million films" at the CII Big Picture Summit here Friday.
"My film 'Grand Masti' release today (Friday) and I was just talking to JCVD (Van Damme) and I was just telling him that it's time to see him make a triple impact in 'Grand Masti 3', the sequel," said Vivek, a big fan of "Blood Sport" movie star.
"It will be fun to see him do a helicopter kick in the film. It's an action film, but a different kind of action. It's a naughty film and it's exciting and interesting to do a genre like that," he added.
Talking about his Bollywood journey, the actor, who made an impressive debut with "Company", said the entertainment and media industry has become a global village now.
"I started my career 11 years ago as an actor and I had the opportunity to do something different in a film called 'Company'. And when 'Company' got all over the world, I realised I was representing the film in Berlin and Paris. So, I think the world of entertainment is becoming a global village today. We are bringing everybody together," he said.
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