War teaser featuring Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff amassed positive response from the fans as well as trade pundits when it was released a month ago. Superbly cut with mind-blowing VFX, the teaser which was just under a minute has generated enough curiosity to open up to good numbers at the box office.
The major selling highlight of the film is about the ‘war’ between Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff. Both of the actors are one of the best we got when it comes to action sequences. We’ve seen director Siddharth Anand managing to pull off a magnum opus like Bang Bang in the past. Yea, the script went a bit sideways there, but War looks exciting as of now.
The news of attaching the trailer with Prabhas, Shradhha Kapoor’s Saaho was out this morning. But. now as per a report in Bollywood Hungama, the trailer of the film is all set to surface online tomorrow. The source adds, “The producers, Yash Raj Films, will be posting the trailer online tomorrow, that is, on August 27. The duration of this trailer is 150 seconds and is quite thrilling. The teaser gave an idea of the film’s setting and visuals. Through the trailer, viewers will come to know a bit about the storyline and the dynamics between the characters of Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff. Even Vaani Kapoor features in the film and is quite sizzling in the trailer.”
Now, this is super-exciting and suddenly we all are waiting for a Tuesday! Are you?
Director Siddharth says he wanted to create an “action spectacle” and a “non-stop adrenaline-pumping visual extravaganza” for the audience.
“It is true because I don’t think any movie in India has spent over a year to design action sequences. I wanted to create an action spectacle, a non-stop adrenaline-pumping visual extravaganza for Indian audiences and for that we all had to give over a year to design these sequences,” Anand said in a statement.
Four of world’s top action directors Paul Jennings (“The Dark Knight” and “Game of Thrones“), Franz Spilhaus (“Safe House” and “Death Race“), Sea Young Oh (“Age of Ultron“) and Parvez Shaikh (“Tiger Zinda Hai“) — all specialists in creating a different type of spectacle, have come together to design the action stunts for the film.