Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani recently launched the trailer of their action packed upcoming movie Baaghi 2 with around 150 Baaghi’s present at the launch.
According to latest buzz, director Ahmed Khan has failed to mention Kshanam, a Telugu film, whose script is the basis of Tiger Shroff’s Baaghi 2.
Ravikant Perepu, the director of Telugu film Kshanam on which Tiger Shroff’s Baaghi 2 is based on, has expressed his disappointment on not giving the credit to the original in the recently released trailer.
The director told Mid-Day, “I have a neutral stance on the issue at this moment. The film released two years ago. The makers of Baaghi 2 had purchased the official rights of the film. But giving the writers [of Kshanam] credit is essential, especially since their movie is being made on a national scale.”
Recently Disha was asked about her experience of dancing along with Tiger, Disha said: “I am very excited for Baaghi 2. The trailer is coming on February 21, so let’s see. I can’t wait to see the trailer of our film.
”I had to do lot of hard work because he is very hardworking and to cope up with his energy levels, is very hard. It was difficult, but we share a rapport together, and I managed it.”
Tiger Shroff will start shooting for the third instalment of Baaghi in China in December. The first schedule of Baaghi 3 will begin in December in China. They will later head to Japan.
This is Tiger’s fourth collaboration with Sajid after his debut film Heropanti, Baaghi and Baaghi 2. Talking about the movie, Sajid said: “Baaghi 2 has been a fruitful journey and a beautiful experience for all of us.
”Tiger is a talented and dedicated actor. Ditto Ahmed Khan, who has helmed the film. Together, we have a great story to tell in Baaghi 3 I am happy to announce this film even before the trailer of Baaghi 2 is out.”