Baaghi 3: Tiger Shroff To Cross All Limits Of Action In The Film, To Smash 400 Cars In A Scene
With WAR, Tiger Shroff proved that he is the best star we have in Bollywood for action films. Of course, barring Hrithik Roshan. Now, Tiger Shroff has Baaghi 3 and it is going to be extremely high on the action too. Tiger will be crossing all the limits this time
Nobody can shake hands with Tiger Shroff when it comes to doing action films. He is the best and with WAR, he proved it once again. Now, he has moved on to his next film Baaghi 3. Helmed by Ahmed Khan, this film is the third instalment of the Baaghi franchise. And this time, Tiger is going to cross all the limits when it comes to action. So much that reportedly, Tiger would be smashing almost 400 cars in a scene.
In a recent report in Mumbai Mirror, a source has revealed that Tiger is shooting in Mumbai for a particular scene in Baaghi 3. This scene has him fighting with 40 to 45 goons at a time in a car junkyard. Approximately 400 cars have been arranged for this scene and by the end, Tiger will be smashing all of the,
The source says, "It took the team 15 days to get the place ready for the shoot. The scene is an important part of the narrative and has been choreographed by action directors Ram and Lakshman, and Ahmed. By the end of the scene, Tiger crushes most of the cars." The report also reveals that Riteish Deshmukh who be essaying the role of a cop in this film. (Also Read: War: Tiger Shroff Consoles A 4-Year Old Girl Upset Over His Fight Sequence With Hrithik Roshan)
The first two instalments of Baaghi were extremely successful at the box office and we are expecting the same for Baaghi 3. Though the announcement of this film has been done in February 2018, it is now that the film has gone on floors. Tiger is in the lead, the announcement over the female lead is yet to be made.
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