Tiger Shroff is known for his fitness on screen and it’s hard to say that anyone can ever tire of watching him pull off his martial arts stunts for reel life. For his upcoming film ‘Baaghi 2’, the actor had to shoot for a high-octane chase sequence. Tiger and co-actor Prateik Babbar recently navigated the narrow lanes of Goa to film for the sequence, which took director Ahmed Khan nearly 3 months to plan. A source revealed, “Ahmed did not want to film a regular action scene in Goa, like other filmmakers do. He connected with the government and took a blanket permission to shoot across the state. The chase sequence between Tiger and Prateik sees them shoot past the streets of Panjim, Dona Paula and Candolim.”
The source further added that the actors were made to zip past the streets at nearly 60 miles per hour. “The set up, 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.” The source further said, “It took the unit three months, five recces and several storyboarding sessions to pull it off.” Well, this certainly seems like one interesting film, don’t you agree? Stay tuned for more updates.