"I used to call him Master Ji. He is a cool guy."
Saif Ali Khan
"He worked with me  before the launch of "Kaho Na Pyar Hai" A fantastic teacher, a great human being."
Hritik Roshan
"Students are supposed to be receptive. But here I found a teacher who is more receptive. A democrat to the core, who respects other person's point of view. He is always there for you, when you need
him. During ' Johnny Ghaddaar' days, I used to rush to him for help, and he always welcomed me with a smile, always ready to help."
  Neil Nitin Mukesh
"He was sent to me by Mr. Rakesh Roshan, when I was scheduled to play lead in "Kaho Na Pyar Hai" I loved his classes. He has great sense of humour."
Kareena Kapoor
"It is always pleasure talking to Vidur Sir. A very caring person and a strict teacher."
Uday Chopra
"He trained Uday, Jugal and me along with three girls for "Mahabbatien. I had good rapport with him and we are still in touch."
Jimmy Sheirgill
"I took his classes and years after, when I needed someone to train my brother, I called him only."
Dino Morea
"His name was mentioned to me by Yash Raj Films. I found him very interesting and yet a strict teacher."
Rimii Sen
"A warm hearted and gentle trainer."
Vivek Oberoi
"He trained me during my Ashoka days. His training was of great help during dubbing sessions of Ashoka."
Hrishitaa Bhatt
"My father called him to train me before "Saawariya" was launched. Rain or sunshine, he was always there on dot."
Sonam Kapoor
"Improvisation and Characterization, & Diction he worked with me in all the departments. We used to discuss Indian films and world cinema quite often."
Ranbir Kapoor