Tiger Shroff Nails The Helicopter Kick With Ease; Our Jaws Have Dropped To The Floor

Tiger Shroff is one of the best action stars Bollywood has ever produced. He is a perfect combination of good looks and good moves. Be it dancing, acting or pulling of deadly stunts, he is PRO. On this, we recently stumbled upon a video of him doing a helicopter kick.

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Tiger Shroff Nails The Helicopter Kick With Ease; Our Jaws Have Dropped To The Floor
Tiger Shroff is gearing up for his next release which is Baaghi 3. The movie is helmed by Ahmed Khan and produced by Sajid Nadiadwala and will hit the theatres on the 6th of March 2020. Last seen in WAR which was the biggest hit of 2019 collecting over 300 crores at the box office, fans witnessed Tiger performing exceptional moves and he often shares BTS videos from the sets with this time being no different. This time, Tiger showcased his agility and skills at performing action stunts by sharing a video of him doing a flawless Helicopter Kick.

The handsome hunk took to Instagram to share a video on his pulling of helicopter kick in a swift move. He captioned the video as, “Helicopter Kick #warbts”. Our jaws have indeed dropped to the floor seeing Tiger doing such a stunt with such ease. The actor is the Youngest Action Star and never fails to awe his fans be it his stunts or his skills as an actor. With his performance in WAR, Tiger Shroff has catapulted himself into a whole new league.

Tiger’s next project Baaghi 3 will see him perform never before seen stunts on the silver screen. The actor was shooting in the rough terrains of Serbia in extreme conditions for the movie and will reunite with his Baaghi costar Shraddha Kapoor in the upcoming movie. The first two instalments of this franchise were super hit at the box office and it was purely because of Tiger's amazing action in the film. We sure Baaghi 3 too will be high on drama and action. 
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