Baaghi 2 trailer: Tiger Shroff, Disha Patani-starrer entails high-octane action and an array of baddies

A suspicious looking Manoj Bajpayee, a colourful Randeep Hooda, a menacing Prateik Babbar and a helicopter serve as villains in Baaghi 2.

FP Staff February 21, 2018 15:55:45 IST
Baaghi 2 trailer: Tiger Shroff, Disha Patani-starrer entails high-octane action and an array of baddies

Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani flew in a helicopter to Mahalaxmi Race Course in Mumbai after which they proceeded to a nearby theatre to launch the trailer of their next film, Ahmed Khan's action adventure Baaghi 2.

Baaghi 2 trailer Tiger Shroff Disha Patanistarrer entails highoctane action and an array of baddies

Tiger Shroff in a still from Baaghi 2. YouTube

The idea behind this promotional move goes beyond grabbing eyeballs as the helicopter is also a character in their film.

In the final moments of the trailer, the might Tiger leaps towards an advancing helicopter and uses his Rambo-like strength (yes, he's doing the Hindi remake) to bring the chopper down to his size.

The chopper, however, is the least of his problems as he is seen tackling a number of baddies in the trailer, including a menacing looking Pratiek Babbar, a rather colourful Russian henchman in Randeep Hooda and a police officer in Manoj Bajpayee. Yes, Bajpayee plays a cop but his cold demeanour and mischievous dialogue delivery lends him an air of evilness despite his noble profession.

Also, there's Disha Patani in the film.

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 also announced Baaghi 3, to be directed by Ahmed and in which Tiger will reprise his role of Ronnie once again.

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