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Screenshots of the boomerang video shared by Vidyut Jammwal on his Instagram page.
Action star Vidyut Jammwal plays out his Harry Potter fantasy of riding a broom in a new Boomerang video he posted on Wednesday evening.
His pet pup, at least, seems quite impressed!
Vidyut posted a boomerang video on Instagram, where he is seen leaping on and off an elevated platform outside his house, with a broom between his legs.
His pet dog watches his antics intently, and tries getting out of the way. In another clip, Vidyut is with another dog.
He strikes a mock pose as if he is riding on the pet. In turn, the dog seems pleased and wags it tail.
"I am not showing off or bragging
But I am quite a big deal for my dogs," he captioned the clips.
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