Baaghi 3 Trailer: Tiger Shroff is in action beast mode to save his brother from an entire nation.
This is the third edition from the Baaghi franchise which is the official remake of the 2012 Tamil film Vettai. Baaghi 3 is directed by choreographer turned director Ahmad Khan.
Baaghi franchise is known for high octane action sequences performed by Tiger Shroff and Tiger Shroff can arguably be the last action hero of Bollywood.
This time the action sequences of the new Baaghi are one step ahead from previous sequels.
Tiger returns as the feisty but otherwise peaceful Ronnie, Baaghi 3 casts Riteish as his naive and simple brother Vikram, who is a cop. In Baaghi 3 trailer, Ronnie is on a self-appointed mission to rescue his brother Vikram, held hostage by a terrorist group in Syria. Shraddha Kapoor plays Ronnie's love interest Siya, who accompanies him to Syria on his mission.
The trailer begins with Ronnie's dialogue: "People cross limits in relationships. I had one such relationship for which I crossed borders." The trailer then switches to happy glimpses of Ronnie and Vikram's bond as brothers. But soon, Vikram has to take a flight to Syria for some paperwork. When on a video call with Ronnie from Syria, Vikram gets beaten up by goons and kidnapped by terrorists. Ronnie threatens the kidnappers that he will find them and kill them if anything happens to Vikram.
The next thing we know is that Ronnie is in Syria, blowing up cars and buildings and making helicopters crash in search of Abu Jalal Gaza, leader of the terrorist group. The Baaghi 3 trailer also features Jaideep Ahlawat and Vijay Varma in blink and miss appearances.
Directed by Ahmed Khan, the third installment of Baaghi brings back Tiger in a starring role. Meanwhile, Tiger will reportedly take on three villains in his upcoming film Baaghi 3.
Baaghi 3 features Shraddha Kapoor, Riteish Deshmukh, Vijay Verma, Ankita Lokhande, Disha Patani, Jackie Shroff and others in pivotal roles. The film is set to release on March 6.
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