Sequels are doing well today,” he says. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App Baaghi 3 should look better.”
Baaghi 2 is a sequel to the 2016 film of the same name which was directed by Sabbir Khan. “With a sequel, you are already riding on a winning horse. The scripting will take some time and designing the action, too, will take time, as we have to take it several notches higher,” Khan told PTI. “With Tiger, we decided to give him a scale in terms of action. Baaghi 2 is produced by Sajid Nadiadwala under his banner Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment. Related News
Baaghi 2 box office collection day 2: Tiger Shroff film expected to cross Rs 50 crore mark in the opening weekendBaaghi 2 box office collection day 1: This Tiger Shroff film opens at a magnificent Rs 25.10 crBaaghi 2 box office prediction: Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani starrer expected to earn Rs 15 crore on day 1Baaghi 2 is yet to hit theatres and whatever the fate of the film may be, the makers have already planned a third film in the franchise. “We will begin the work on it in full swing from next month. “… It all depends on how and when the script shapes up and what action I can think of and come up with, and what Sajid Nadiadwala approves. Sequels are a better bet for directors and business-wise also.” The only concern that the choreographer-director had while making Baaghi 2 was whether he would be able to have a great opening – as good as the first one. There have been successful franchise films like Hera Pheri, Phir Hera Pheri, there is Golmaal and Dhoom series. Khan says he was in a way familiar with the action thriller as he had choreographed a song for Baaghi back then. I have designed the action sequences in a way that whatever Tiger does will be larger-than-life. For us, the trailer of the second part has worked well. “Today, people are finding sequel a better watch than a solo, stand alone film. 2018-03-30T11:10:09+05:30″>
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Ahmed Khan will also direct Baaghi 3. The film will be once again directed by Ahmed Khan. “The first one had opened at Rs 12 crore, that was the only fear. I knew it was a tough job, what kept me going is my love for martial arts,” he says. With the part two of Baaghi, Khan says, the audience can expect some major action sequences as he loves choreographing action more than dance. The only reason for me to do the film was Sajid Nadiadwala, Tiger Shroff and action,” says Khan.