Baaghi 2 song 'Lo Safar': Tiger Shroff showcases his softer side in Ahmed Khan's action-romance
'Lo Safar' is the latest song from the Tiger Shroff-Disha Patani action-romance Baaghi 2 and it sees Ronnie embark upon a — you guessed it — safar
Taking a slight detour from the action-packed trailer and posters of Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani's upcoming film Baaghi 2, the film's latest song 'Lo Safar' brings out the softer side of the action-romance, peppered with a pinch of melancholy.
'Lo Safar' sees Shroff's Ronnie with his bags packed as he embarks upon, you guessed it — a safar (journey). Several moments of intense, jaw-flexed reminiscing are seen in the video of the song, along with Shroff's imagination running rampant as he envisions Patani's Neha in different (read: happy) situations alongside him. The song ends on a painful note with a visibly upset Shroff taking center-stage.
Ahmed Khan's Baaghi 2 — the sequel to Sabbir Khan's 2016's directorial Baaghi — promises to be even more rebellious than its last installment. At least according to the film's trailer and subsequent posters.
Apart from Shroff and Patani, Baaghi 2 also stars Prateik Babbar, Manoj Bajpayee and Randeep Hooda.
Baaghi 2 is co-produced by Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment and Fox Star Hindi. It is slated to release this Good Friday on 30 March. The makers have already announced Baaghi 3, which will also be helmed by Ahmed Khan and in which Shroff will reprise his role as Ronnie for the third time.
Watch Baaghi 2's 'Lo Safar' here
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