- Tiger Shroff shoots high octane chase sequence for Baaghi 2
- Baaghi 2 also stars Disha Patani
- Tiger and Prateik Babbar have jumped off buses in the chase sequence
"The setup, including the police stalls, shops and the cars and buses, was entirely created by the team. A minimum of 10 to 12 cameras followed the actors when on the run. The duo cut through cars, jumped off buses, and landed on vehicles," mid-day quoted the source as saying.
The source also revealed that the makers of Baaghi 2 were inspired by Shah Rukh Khan and Sunny Deol's high octane sequence in Darr. "It took the unit three months, five recces and several story boarding sessions to pull it off," the source added.
Producer Sajid Nadiadwala had requested the director for "an iconic chase sequence." Of this Ahmed Khan told mid-day: "There are no body-doubles or cables in the scene. The actors were running at high speeds for multiple takes. Thus, the training given to them was exhaustive. After every three takes, the team had to break for an hour to give the actors time to unwind. There was an ambulance, dietitian and physiotherapist on sets every day."
The climax sequence of the film is yet to be filmed. The makers of the film are expected to shoot the remaining parts of the film in Thailand.
Baaghi 2 is a sequel to Tiger's 2016 film Baaghi, which featured Shraddha Kapoor. Tiger will share the screen space with rumoured girlfriend Disha Patani in the sequel.
After Baaghi 2, Tiger Shroff will be busy filming the Indian adaptation of Sylvester Stallone's Rambo.