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Tiger Shroff’s Hindi Version Of Sylvester Stallone’s Rambo To Release On 2 October 2020

Tiger Shroff-starrer Hindi adaptation of Rambo to release on Gandhi Jayanti 2020


Tiger Shroff, who made his Bollywood debut with Heropanti in 2014, has carved a niche for himself in Hindi film industries. Apart from his recent release Student of The Year 2, Tiger Shroff has several movies in his kitty including Yash Raj Film with Hrithik Roshan, Baaghi 3 and the Hindi version of Sylvester Stallone’s Rambo.

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According to reports, the shooting of Sylvester Stallone’s Rambo remake will be started from January 2020. Speaking with Mumbai Mirror, the director of the film Siddharth Anand has recently revealed that they are planning to get Rambo’s remake released on 2 October 2020, which happens to be Gandhi Jayanti.

Surprisingly, the filmmaker’s 2014 action-comedy film titled Bang Bang! which had Hrithik and Katrina Kaif in the lead role, released on the same date.

It is to be noted that Siddharth and Tiger are working together in a yet-untitled film co-starring Hrithik Roshan. Speaking about his upcoming films, he mentioned that he is currently focusing on completing his YRF film.

The director was quoted as saying to Mumbai Mirror, “After I complete my current film with Tiger and Hrithik (Roshan), I will start prepping for Rambo from September. Tiger will begin his prep from November-December.”  The director has informed that the shooting of the film will be extensively shot in India and abroad and the recce will begin soon.

He also talked about the action in the film and how its story is based on Indian politics. Siddharth said that he doesn’t believe in having the action in his film without any cause or emotions. Therefore, Tiger will be seen performing some larger-than-life action on-screen but there is a back story to it that will ‘resonate with our audience’.

“Of course, the action will be big but like Steven Spielberg once said, ‘if it’s action without emotions the audience watches dispassionately’. So, the emotions need to be in sync with the action,” he added.

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