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Tiger Shroff to learn fighting technique for the action-entertainer

The actor performed some mind-boggling action sequences in the two installments of his Baaghi franchise and now he is set to take the action to a new level with the third part of this his action entertainer. Choreographer turned director Ahmed Khan, recently came to town from Agra, where he had gone for the recce of the film said that post the success of Baaghi 2, the expectations from the latest part are sky-high. He told, “In Baaghi 2, Tiger jumped off a cliff to land on a mid-air chopper. He also performed stunts on water. This time we have him taking over a city and breaking it down, besides jumping off cliffs and skyscrapers and setting off blasts.”

Tiger Shroff is currently busy with his film with Hrithik Roshan and post wrapping that, he will head to Israel to learn a fighting technique named Krav Maga. This technique is the combination of boxing, wrestling, aikido, judo, karate and realistic fighting. “Tiger will be there for eight-10 days and is really looking forward to it. He has so much to give and always up for it”, said Ahmed Khan. After this Tiger will head to Georgia to train and learn machine guns, pistols, shotguns and other weapons. “We are not naming any place in particular and will be filming in Georgia, Turkey and Serbia. We are also building sets and have a schedule in India too and should lock the location by this week.”

Ahmed Khan also praised leading lady Shraddha Kapoor and said, “It’s a different kind of action for Shraddha, not gimmicky or typical maar-dhaad. It’s a combination of mind and speed, very slick and international. We are still planning what kind of training she will need to go through, but I can assure that she will surprise everyone.” Well, by looking at the scale of action, we are sure that Baaghi 3 will surpass all the expectations at the ticket windows. Produced by Sajid Nadiadwala, the film is set to hit the screens on March 6, 2020.

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