War: When Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff Had Shut The Largest Bridge of Porto While Shooting For The Film

War actors Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff had brought the Porto bridge to halt, that too for two days!

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War: When Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff Had Shut The Largest Bridge of Porto While Shooting For The Film
Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff’s War is among one of the most anticipated and biggest films of this year. The trailer of it was unveiled on Monday and has left fans all pumped up. Right from Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff’s intense face-off to a gripping storyline; War seems to have all the ingredients of one entertaining blockbuster, and a special mention for its breathtaking visuals that left us in awe. Well, War has been shot amid some of the most serene locales and Portugal’s Porto is one of them.

Recently, filmmaker Anand revealed how they had to shut down Porto’s largest bridge, in order to shoot for the film. In fact, the locals, too, were extremely supportive in the process. “We shot an intense, high-speed action sequence between Hrithik and Tiger in Porto. The high octane scene required Tiger to chase down Hrithik and this extensive sequence needed us to get permission to shut down the main bridge at Porto for two days! The local authorities were extremely supportive and we got all due clearances for us to shoot this adrenaline-pumping scene. However, the locals were stunned! They had never seen their city in lockdown mode ever and they were super curious and came to see which film had locked down their bridge. Their reactions were priceless because they were stunned seeing the kind of action that Hrithik and Tiger were performing,” said the director.

Meanwhile, War, which also stars Vaani Kapoor, will make it to the big screens on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti i.e., October 2, 2019. The film will release in multiple languages like Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.

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